Tesla electric vehicles are fast, real swift however, with its subsequent series of vital updates, the Tesla Roadster in specific could be fiercely fast. CEO Elon Musk already confirms that whilst the Roadster layout is being updated, articles indicate that the EV might be given a SpaceX package. This could help it blaze from stationery to 100 kmph in only 1.1 seconds. If proven, it might make the EV the quickest car ever and everywhere in the globe.
Electrek reports that a sign in front of a model vehicle shown lately at Los Angeles’ Petersen Museum informs. TIt pairs with cold air rocket thrusters placed at the back, the Tesla Roadster might hit 100 kmph in 1.1 seconds. In the past, Tesla formally claims that the Roadster is able to hit the point in 1.9 seconds which in itself is super remarkable.
However, 1.1 seconds can make Tesla Roadster faster than the speediest cars across. This comprises the likes of the following:
- 2021 Koenigsegg Gemera
- 2020 Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+
- 2021 Hennessey Venom F5
Roadster Base Specifications as per Tesla are as follows:
- 0-60 mph acceleration 9 seconds
- 0-100 mph acceleration 2 seconds
- Top Speed Over 250 mph
- Wheel Torque 10,000 Nm
- Mile Range 620 miles
- Base Price (in the US) $200,000
It is not as if the cold air thrusters intend only for the insanely rapid increase in speed. Musk earlier highlights that these could improve the overall execution of the Roadster. These are put behind the number plate on each prototype.
Skeptics point out that thrusters on a vehicle may either not be feasible at all or trigger security woes. However, for now, it seems Tesla may well go forward with its bold strategies to make the very fast Roadster even quicker. Whether 1.1 seconds is feasible, nevertheless, continues to be unseen and under examination. The vehicle will have to be on security paths to make sure that no regrettable incident takes place. Something that has been a cause of worry for Tesla in the latest weeks.