Tesla Roadster all-electric hypercar Overview Updated September 20, 2020

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83 'Tesla Roadster' stories

October 2013 - September 2020


The Tesla Roadster was the American automaker’s first vehicle program.

During its first production run between 2008 and 2012, it motivated automakers to launch several of their own electric vehicle program – virtually starting an electric vehicle revolution.

In 2017, Tesla unveiled a new generation of the electric sports car to enter production in 2020. Here are all the details.

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Tesla Roadster Stories Yesterday

Tesla is going to bring a new Roadster to the famous Nürburgring racetrack next year, according to CEO Elon Musk, as the production timeline remains unclear.

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Tesla Roadster Stories August 19

Tesla CEO Elon Musk confirmed the smallest little detail about the new Roadster: it will have race car-like one-nut wheels.

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Tesla Roadster Stories July 22

Elon Musk made a rare comment about Tesla Roadster production, which had been delayed a few times, and he hinted at a start to production in California within 12 to 18 months. expand full story

Tesla Roadster Stories July 20

An original Tesla Roadster is going for sale at an insane $1.5 million asking price as some appear to test the market for Tesla’s first vehicle as a collector car. expand full story

Tesla Roadster Stories June 23

What does a 1.1-sec, 0-60 mph acceleration even look like? A graphic artist tried to visualize what a Tesla Roadster with SpaceX thruster looks like when accelerating in 1.1 seconds. expand full story

Tesla Roadster Stories May 7

Elon Musk hinted at the next-generation Tesla Roadster being delayed to at least 2022 and maybe even later. expand full story

Tesla Roadster Stories April 25

Elon Musk says that Tesla “probably can” give an update on the new Roadster and Tesla Semi electric truck later this year. expand full story

Tesla Roadster Stories December 4, 2019

Tesla has been moving away from using service advisers and instead, it has been automating its service appointment through its mobile app.

However, we now learn that Roadster owners will have their own “dedicated channel” with their own service advisers. expand full story

Tesla Roadster Stories November 21, 2019

Elon Musk hinted that the new Tesla Roadster might “not need a key at all” as the prototype is equipped with an interesting door system. expand full story

Tesla Roadster Stories November 11, 2019

We get a rare good look at the Tesla next-gen Roadster’s folding backseat through its new diecast model, which is based on the production CAD files — meaning it should be representative of what will get to production. expand full story

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