Tesla’s Roadster Will Debut In 2025, Elon Musk Claims

Tesla CEO Elon Musk says that the company still intends to officially unveil the Roadster this year while also again claiming that there will be a collaboration with SpaceX that will see the EV come with some sort of rockets installed.

There’s still bad news, however. While the Roadster was originally teased alongside the Tesla Semi way back in 2017, it’s still been delayed once more.

It was first expected to enter production in 2020 but there have been yearly delays to the unveiling ever since. Now, Musk says that the car will go into production in 2025 and that the company has “radically increased the design goals for the new Tesla Roadster.

Musk also answered questions from people on the X social network, saying that the car would go from 0 to 60 mph in less than a second before adding that the spec would be “the least interesting part” of the new Roadster.

Musk has also again said that there are plans for a collaboration with SpaceX that will see 10 cold air thrusters that would act as rockets, making the car accelerate incredibly fast.

However, it remains to be seen how that will actually work or how it will be accepted by the relevant authorities that need to give the vehicle the OK before it can go on sale in their countries.

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