When Tesla had its Tesla Semi unveiling event last November, Elon Musk pulled off his best Steve Jobs impression when he made a "one more thing" announcement that completely caught everyone in attendance off-guard. In the blink of an eye, Musk introduced a next-gen Roadster that no one saw coming. A theatrical moment to say the least, Tesla unveiled its new Roadster by having it dramatically drive out from the back of a Tesla Semi.
Tesla's next-gen roadster is an absolute beast of a car and can go from 0-60 MPH in just 1.9 seconds, which is impressively faster than a Bugatti Veyron and any other supercar you can probably think of. In turn, Musk boasted that the new roadster will be "the fastest production car ever made." Beyond that, Tesla's next-gen Roadster sports an impressive range of 620 miles and a top speed of 250 MPH.
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