Tesla Roadster Makes Comeback

Posted: Dec 23 2014, 7:28am CST | by , Updated: Dec 23 2014, 3:06pm CST, in News | Cars & Vehicles

 
Tesla Roadster Makes Comeback
2012 Tesla Roadster

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There will be a new Tesla Roadster and the details will be revealed this week.

Tesla started their success story with the Tesla Roadster. In 2012 Tesla released the last Tesla Roadster. Since then Tesla focused on the model S and worked on other models like the Model X. Last week Tesla Motors founder Elon Musk announced in a Tweet plans to reveal details of the Roadster Update this week.

The Tesla Roadster is an awesome sports car. I have driven one years back and the silent acceleration is a big thrill. A new Tesla Roadster would be a hot selling item for Tesla again. Elon Musk had mentioned the Roadster Update already earlier this year. One of the improvements is range. The new Tesla Roadster would have a range of 400 miles, much more than the Model S.

Let's see what Elon Musk aka Iron Man has up his sleeve this Christmas for Tesla fans.

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