Watch New Tesla Roadster Appear In Stunning “Tale Of Light” Video

DEC 22 2018 BY MARK KANE 15

A Tale Of  Light – Tesla Roadster 2020 in digital form.

The new Tesla Roadster is one beautiful car, but it needs a few years still before it will ultimately hit the market (hopefully in 2020, but you know Tesla has delays from time to time, right?).

Filmmaker The Yazuki decided to sweeten the waiting period up by creating a video with a dark Tesla Roadster and light, which reveals the“True Power” of this amazing electric machine.

If enthusiasts around the world already are making such enticing works of Roadster art, then just imagine all the tuning, races hardcore smackdown to gasoline cars and endless reviews of the Roadster when it becomes available. Just like we’ve seen so far with the Model S, Model X and even Model 3.

Original Vimeo version of video: The Yazuki – A TALE OF LIGHT – TESLA ROADSTER 2020

A TALE OF LIGHT – TESLA ROADSTER 2020 from The Yazuki on Vimeo.

Base 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

Source: Teslarati

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15 Comments on "Watch New Tesla Roadster Appear In Stunning “Tale Of Light” Video"

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Is it really a 4 seater, or is it 2+2 with the rear seats suitable only for little ones?


Tiny People, can fit 4: Most North Americans – 2 Adults and 2 Small Children (That Love Rocket Lunches)!

Too bad it’s so expensive. Will hardly see it on the road.
Hope they keep that design, or design elements – and use it for a way more affordable car too.

I see McLarens, Lamborghinis, Ferraris, Mazaratis, and other exotics on the road. I expect I will see the Roadster as often if not more often because it costs less.

“I expect I will see the Roadster as often if not more often because it costs less.” … WAY LESS!

It seems I’m in a small minority that thinks the new Roadster’s design is on the anodine side of things. Be that as it may, it will certainly create more world-wide buzz for the marque and hopefully push the engineers to further hone their skills.

the weirder and more outrageously designed a car is the more it tends to age badly. Give me understated over overstated any day of the week.

Yeah, that is true – but they look cool until they look outdated though 😊

Isn’t it like buying a pre-aged look? Well, its ok for cars, I guess. One would not buy dark color clothing with busy patterns to mask possible food stains. Understated car is like the cavalry general leading the charge wearing red coat to mask bleeding injuries. The other is like the same general wearing brown trousers to mask …

I don’t know that you’re in a “small” minority; that may be a larger minority than you realize. But I don’t know that you’re in the majority, either.

*Shrug* Diff’rent strokes for diff’rent folks. Some people like the looks of the Fisker Karma (and its direct successor, the Karma Revero), whose body style I find almost clownishly exaggerated.

I think the original Tesla Model S, nosecone and all, was and is one of the most beautiful cars ever made. I’ve been surprised to see some comments lately suggesting Tesla’s styling is staid or even outdated. If that’s outdated, then definitely give me outdated! 🙂

Looks like the Supra

What is stunning about that?

Excellent example why you should use light colors when you want the subtle lines of your car visible.

Black is mostly used to hide imperfections.
Driving a black car is like saying: “I know it does not look like much, please don’t notice.”

High gloss back is absolutely beautiful in my book, and is the hardest color to hide body blemishes with … I just don’t get that color anymore because it is so hard to keep clean.