Tesla, Prioritizing Cybertruck, Puts Roadster Second

Speaking about Tesla Roadster's future at Joe Rogan Podcast, where he was a guest, Elon Musk said it was too early for the fastest car in the world, and the company's priorities were higher volume cars such as Cybertruck.


Tesla Roadster , which promised to accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in just 1.96 seconds was first announced in 2017. Despite the intervening years, a kind of serial cars into production, Elon Musk's Joe Rogan podcast in a statement to the times can be seen to be placing on the market and waiting for more to be disappointed.


Saying that the company's current priorities are higher volume cars , the famous business man gave some signals about the future of the car, using expressions that imply that it is too early for Roadster. The car, which is planned to start selling in 2020 in the first place, has been pushed to the second or even third plan for Tesla after Musk's statements .


What does Tesla Roadster promise?

Tesla Roadster, which is claimed to be the fastest acceleration by the company, can reach the speed from 0 to 100 km / h in only 2.1 seconds, according to company statements . Moreover, this number decreases to 1.96 seconds in more powerful models and promises an unprecedented experience for drivers.


The vehicle, which can do all this with the help of a 200 kWh battery, also offers its customers nearly 1000 kilometers of road experience and a maximum speed of

400 km / h with a full charge . At this point, when we look at all these features promised by the company, we can say that delaying the release date of the vehicle is not surprising, even an expected move.


Despite being one of the fastest in the world when it comes to price, Musk made a price of 250 thousand dollars during the promotional event in 2017 . Despite its relatively high price, the car, which managed to attract the attention of many automobile enthusiasts, will not hit the roads before 2022 , according to current information .

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