Watch New Tesla Roadster Insanely Accelerate In Imagined Video


And poof…it’s gone.

The next-generation Tesla Roadster is so insanely quick that you blink and it’s gone.

The new Roadster officially can hit 60 MPH in just 1.9 seconds (watch that blistering acceleration here). This imaginary video attempts to recreate the Roadster’s sheer speed. As the Roadster slowly rolls by, you can see it’s not the real deal. A few moments later, the accelerator is smashed down and the Roadster disappears in a flash.

Tesla Roadster’s insane specs:

  • Acceleration 0-60 mph 1.9 sec – 1/4 mile 8.8 sec
  • Top Speed Over 250 mph
  • Wheel Torque 10,000 Nm
  • Mile Range 620 miles
  • 200 kWh battery pack
  • Seating 4
  • Drive All-Wheel Drive (three motors – two for rear wheels, and one for front axle)
  • Base Price $200,000
  • Base Reservation $50,000
  • Founders Series Price $250,000
  • Founders Series Reservation (1,000 reservations available) $250,000

Though this particular video is a fake, we’ve seen the real Roadster accelerate (see further down below) and it sure is fast.

Down below we’ve included some real footage of the new Tesla Roadster accelerating. This is from way back in November 2017 when Tesla first debuted the next-gen Roadster.

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29 Comments on "Watch New Tesla Roadster Insanely Accelerate In Imagined Video"

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It’s like watching a Roadrunner cartoon. Maybe the horn should get that same sound?

Perfect license plate: “MEEPMEP” …. (we really need 8 letter plates now).

Beep, beep!

And Ken, Chris and Real Slug below and the other serial anti Tesla trolls are the Coyotes.

Perspective. and lens

This is special effects

7 months worth of Chevy Corvettes are sitting unsold, has it got to do with Roadster/Model-3, please let us know.

No, no it does not have anything to do with Tesla. The Corvettes are sitting because Corvette fans know the all new CITY , which will be mid engined, is on the way

Isn’t it called the ZORA?

Meant the all new C8 but autocorrect…. the new Roadster will out when? Plus it’ll cost 2.5 times what a Vette cost. I seriously doubt there are a lot of Corvette guys choosing a 4 door electric car instead (Model 3).

But as I said before, its alot of money for a car that is only a straight line performer.
If it can prove to the world it can perform on a track , well that will be a big selling feature.
Unfortunately the model s they brought to the nurburgring could not complete a lap because of overheating under high acceleration.
To do 500 km on a full charge the teslas have to be driven conservatively .
Can the roadster handle? A tuned dodge demon can do under 2 seconds 0-60 but cant handle, can a roadster? If it cant , it will be a bust.

What a shame, a family sedan does not compete so well at the expert sports car track /S

“Family sedan” – Won race? use to gloat. Lost race? use as excuse. – Tesla fans in a nutshell.

“Unfortunately the model s they brought to the nurburgring could not complete a lap because of overheating under high acceleration.”

Gosh, how terrible that a large “premium” family sedan isn’t engineered to be a race track car. I imagine Tesla lost, oh, maybe as many as a dozen sales over that “deficiency”. 🙄

Well you can’t cherry pick your performance stats and not expect this to be pointed out for multiple reasons. First of all Tesla fans brag about straight line acceleration that can only be done a couple of times in a row then leave out the other performance aspects. Second of all there are performance sedans that can do laps at a track

I don’t think it is a fair counterpoint … first off, Nurburgring is not a race track anymore. It’s an essentially closed off old track where all kinds of cars come to have fun and sometimes prove something.

The point was that Tesla cars seem to cut top performance after certain amount of time (fine with me and I am sure most Tesla customers, except some people in Norway and their lawsuit). They like to be compared to BMW 3 series, for example … so the argument would be the bimmer does not have to cut power after one lap where Tesla seem to do so.

They are not racing each other, just trying to go quick and full tilt for 10 or so minutes … that’s all.

We are talking about the roadster here…let’s give them some credit. I bet you the car will be track ready.

The new Roadsters are meant to outperform the Likes of the Bugatti Veyron and Chiron, at a “Discount!” Some Future lower powered version, maybe with just a 150 kWh Pack, instead of the 200 kWh currently installed, might become the “Corvette Killers!” (Had to say it! 😁)

People usually pay about 2½ times as much for their Tesla as they did for previous cars, so Roadster is right in line.

Do Not Read Between The Lines


I can only buy a electric car if it handles like a Porsche and the only one I know is the nio np9 and that car is not street legal and I don’t care about straight line performer as the fun of a true sportscar is the cornering abilities.

You guys do realize is fake right I mean you can tell that’s a computer image LOL

Nobody cares.

The fanboys are all over the place going nuts, but when some other car manufacturer shows a concept they are like WTF?? Vaporvare!! concept!! Yada, yada…*sigh*…

G.D.! I should not buy one of these, but I might not be able to help myself.

Boys, boys, boys! Time to grow up!

I’m waiting to see the usual post … “Give me 700 miles and then I’ll think about it” … LOL

Nah, I need 750 or NOTHIN’!!! Oh, and I want it for less than the price of a base model Prius.

You forgot the 5 minute charging to 100% (not 80%, need the whole thing all the time for my 20miles commute) as well … and the charging must be done, of course, from renewable grid …. otherwise the gas cars are just cleaner and better overall. But I am pro EV … LOL

Yes, that does seem to be the standardized FUD used by the Russian Troll farm and the useful idiots that parrot them here.