What does Tesla Roadster contrast with modern electric hypercars?February 19, 2020
An electric sports roadster from Tesla has not yet been introduced, but it already promises to become a serious competitor to many modern hypercars with an all-electric power plant.
Tesla is positioning a new generation of its sports model Roadster as one of the fastest (if not the fastest) production cars ever made in the history of the automotive industry. “On paper”, the novelty even surpasses almost all electric hypercars that currently exist on the market or are presented only in the form of concepts, and the fact that its expected price will be many times lower than them makes the Tesla model even more desirable.
This YouTube video on Cleanerwatt compares Tesla’s upcoming roadster with other electric cars, performance oriented.
One aspect of the comparison is the planned volume for production, only 150 units of Pininfarina Battista and Rimac C_Two will be assembled, the British Lotus Evija will be built in the amount of 130 pieces, and the exclusive NIO EP9 will be released in just 16 krinits. The American Tesla plans to create from 1,000 to 10,000 copies of the sports Roadster.
Recall that Tesla claims that the new generation of the Roadster will be able to accelerate to 100 km / h from standstill in just 1.9 seconds, and its maximum speed exceeds 402 km / h. The only car on this list that will be faster is the Rimac C_Two, the declared acceleration time of which from 0 to 100 km / h is 1.85 seconds, and its maximum speed is 415.12 km / h.
Despite this, Tesla still has a stated time of 402 m in 8.9 seconds, ahead of the same Rimac, which will do the same in 9.1 seconds. Finally, with a large battery of 200 kWh, the Tesla car will certainly have a greater range than all of the above electric cars.
- Schumacher was taken from a house in Switzerland
- Mercedes-AMG unveils sports stroller
- GMC Terrain and Chevy Equinox crossovers can be purchased with a new engine
- Watch the blistering acceleration of a 700-horsepower VW Sharan minivan
- Showed the luxury Chinese supercrossover HiPhi X