Tesla Roadster At Petersen Automotive Museum: 0-60 MPH In 1.1 Sec

The second-generation Tesla Roadster, originally unveiled in 2017 and expected to enter the market in 2022, is currently displayed at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles (from May 19 to June 2, 2021).

The interesting thing is that the description in front of the car reveals that the SpaceX package of cold air thrusters is expected to go 0-60 mph in 1.1 seconds!

And deliver 620 miles (998 km) of range.

That’s quite a difference, but it will rather not be repeatable without a recharge (fill up the compressed air tanks). Another thing is whether a driver and its passengers can withstand such acceleration and maintain control of the vehicle?

Production of the Tesla Roadster 2022 is set to begin in 2022, with the base model expected to be in the region of $200,000. Buyers will be required to put down a payment of $50,000 to reserve their car.

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