Watch these epic out-of-body reactions to the new Tesla Roadster going 0-60mph in 1.9 seconds – TeslaWeekly

The new Tesla Roadster is scheduled to arrive in 2020 with incredible acceleration and performance like no other vehicle.

The new Roadster will go 0-60mph in 1.9 seconds, have a top speed of 250mph, and will have a 620 mile range (yes, you read that correctly!  This car will go over 600 miles on a single charge).




While the cost will be prohibitive for most people (base price is $200k), this car might be the envy for a lot of people.

I was able to attend the Roadster surprise revealing last November (at same event as the Tesla Semi).  It was amazing that very little information about the new Roadster leaked before the event.  And of course, it was amazing to see the new Roadster up close.  I was able to spend several minutes looking over both the exterior and the interior.  However, I wasn’t able to get a test ride at the event since they were only giving test rides to those who were putting down deposits.

Now, we get a chance to see firsthand what the acceleration is like in a new Roadster.  In these three videos below you’ll get a chance to see what it’s like to ride in a new Roadster.

Roadster Reaction #1: “Holy Cr*p!”

 

Roadster Reaction #2: “Oh my God!”

 

Roadster Reaction #3: “Jesus!”

 

Also, if you haven’t watched the Roadster Reveal (Nov 16, 2017), then it’s definitely worth watching as Elon shares details on this new supercar of supercars.

 




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