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Tesla Roadster 2.0 will be better on “essentially every metric” than the prototype

It’s been a while since Tesla unveiled the Roadster 2.0. But despite its long delay, Tesla chief designer Franz von Holzhausen recently hinted that the wait for the all-electric supercar would certainly be worth it.

While talking with the host Ryan McCaffrey to ride the lightning podcast, Franz von Holzhausen shared some key information about the next-generation Roadster. The vehicle was unveiled in late 2017 along with the Tesla Semi, but has yet to enter production. By comparison, the Tesla Semi began deliveries in early December last year.

As the chief designer noted, Tesla is currently focused on becoming a mass maker of electric vehicles, so cars produced in limited quantities, like the Roadster 2.0, are not really up front. -plan for now. Despite this, von Holzhausen said Tesla is developing the vehicle, and when it comes out it will be better in every metric than the supercar unveiled at the end of 2017.

“We are developing the car. I think you know we have priorities as a company, and the priorities are mass electrification. And Roadster is not a mass product. So, unfortunately, you know it’s taking its kind of position, but we’re seriously working on it. And I think the time we took allowed us to really progress basically every metric that we decided to establish when we first launched this (car),” said Franz.

Regarding the performance of the Roadster 2.0, the chief designer noted that extrapolating performance and usability of a Plaid Model S – and using a little imagination in the process – would probably give a good idea of ​​the capability of the all-electric supercar. That’s a good point since the Model S Plaid matches some of the general specs of the Roadster 2.0 prototype, except for its 620-mile range and 250+ mph top speed.

“I think if you can just extrapolate the performance and feel of a Plaid Model S, and you can imagine where it might go, then I think your imagination also takes you where we’re going, in capacity and how much better the Roadster will be and the weight will definitely be worth it. If you think about it, a Plaid Model S, it basically hits all the metrics that we said the Roadster could do, which seemed impossible for a car at the time. So imagine. Let your imagination run wild a bit,” von Holzhausen noted.

Tesla’s chief designer’s commentary on the inherent power of the Model S Plaid and the weight of the Roadster is quite interesting. Indeed, even in its current state, the full potential of the Model S Plaid has yet to be unlocked. The Model S is also a very heavy and large car, so putting the unlocked version of the vehicle’s powertrain into a smaller and lighter package could definitely make for a supercar that has what it takes to dominate the competition.

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Tesla Roadster 2.0 will be better on “essentially every metric” than the prototype

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