Is the Tesla next-generation Roadster the next electric supercar?

The status of the new Tesla Roadster, which is supposed to come out in 2020, is currently still uncertain, but the new Roadster has gathered a lot of interest in the industry over the last two years.

When first unveiling the vehicle, Tesla claimed a list of impressive specs for its new Roadster, including 0-60 mph in 1.9 seconds, 620 miles of range, and more.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has been also teasing those specs as the “base specs,” and other versions should have even crazier performance. Originally, Musk has been talking about launching the new Tesla Roadster in 2020, but recently he tempered expectations when it comes to the timing of the release of the supercar, saying that it is not a priority.

Tesla is aiming for a Roadster “hover” demonstration with SpaceX package late in 2020

We might not see much of the new Roadster during that year, but in the meantime, Billy Crammer, an editor known on YouTube for his fan trailers, has produced a beautiful spec ad for the new Roadster using Tesla’s own footage of the prototype and creating new ones.

Musk used the song “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger” by Daft Punk because he says that it’s what the new Tesla Roadster represents: a new harder, better, faster, stronger supercar.

When unveiling the new Roadster prototype, Musk said that Tesla’s goal was to deliver a “smackdown” to gasoline vehicles by removing their halo effect with the best possible supercar available being electric.

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