2019 Tesla Roadster is a future all-inclusive four-battery electric car made by Tesla, Inc. Tesla has said 2019 Tesla Roadster will be able to 0 to 97 km / h (0 to 60 mph) in 1.9 seconds, faster than any legal road production vehicle to date in its November 2017 announcement. The 2019 Roadster is the successor to the first Tesla production car, which was the 2008 Roadster. Tesla indicates that Roadster sales will begin in 2020, though not before the Tesla Model Y goes on sale. Tesla CEO Elon Musk has said higher performance tuning levels will be available beyond basic specifications, including a model with 10 cold-gas boosters.
In 2011, at the conclusion of the production of the original Tesla Roadster, Elon Musk suggested that a new version of the Roadster, without the Lotus chassis, be returned to production by 2014. The new Roadster was first released in the year. 2014. At times, it is also referred to as the Tesla Model R.
In 2015, Elon Musk suggested a new Roadster in 2019, capable of faster acceleration. A tweet from Elon Musk in December 2016 reconfirmed a second Roadster was in the works, but still “a few years away”. The 2020 version of the Roadster appeared in a surprising moment at the conclusion of the Tesla Semi event on November 16, 2017 – during which a Roadster was pulled from the back of one of the semi-truck trailers for the song “Sabotage”. Musk explained the concept as: “The purpose of doing this is to give a strong drive to gasoline cars.
In June 2018, Elon Musk unveiled a potential feature called the “SpaceX option package” for the Roadster. This would add about ten cold gas boosters to the machine to improve maneuverability; it would constitute an electric pump to refill an air reservoir used to provide compressed air flowing through the nozzles to generate a cold jet. Air tanks, based on the “composite traverse pressure vessel” (COPV) also used on Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy missiles, would replace the rear seats. The propellants will be used to improve singing, acceleration, maximum speed and braking, working pressure would be 10,000 psi (700 bar).
2019 Tesla Roadster Design
The second-generation Tesla Roadster is a 2+2 cup with a removable glass roof. Was designed by Franz von Holzhausen, who previously worked at Mazda and Volkswagen. The Roadster has a 2 2 seating arrangement, with smaller seats for two passengers. The Roadster has three electric motors, one in front and two in the rear, allowing all-wheel drive, and the torque removal through the corner. Tesla said the vehicle had a 200 kWh (720 MJ) battery, twice the capacity of the Tesla Model S P100D, and giving a distance of 1,000 km (620 miles) with a payload at highway speed. Tesla stated that the torque on wheels was 10,000 N⋅m (7,400 lb-ft). The rear wheels are larger than the front wheels.
2019 Tesla Roadster Performance
Claims have been made by Musk about the Roadster acceleration, 0–97 km / h (0–60 mph) in 1.9 seconds and 0–97 km / h (0–60 mph) in 2.1 seconds for the base model before adding the missile-beating option. Its required time of 0 to 400 m (0 to 1⁄4 miles) will be under 9 seconds, with a top speed of over 400 km / h (250 mph). If the production Roadster achieves these performance numbers, it will surpass the 2017 super-cars and set new production car records, none of which had yet done better than 0-100 km / h (0 –62 mph per hour) in 2.0 seconds or 9.0 seconds in 1/4 mile. Referring to performance, Musk stated, “this is what we are achieving in the prototype”, he also indicated that performance can be improved on the production model and that stated numbers refer to the predicted “base model”.
2019 Tesla Roadster Price
The base model was expected to sell for $200,000, but the first 1,000 to be produced, the so-called Founder Series, will be priced at $250,000. Full payment would be required to pre-order the last 2019 Tesla Roadster vehicle.