Tesla: Roadster launch postponed to 2023

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The highly anticipated Roadster, which Tesla has repeatedly postponed, has now been announced for 2023 by Elon Musk himself. The billionaire mentioned this new date on Wednesday on his Twitter account. He had intervened in a humorous conversation regarding Jeff Bezos and had been asked for details on the new electric vehicle launch schedule.

“Can we have any updated information on the Roadster now that the three-engine Model S Plaid is on sale?” “Asked a user on the social network. “2021 has been a crazy year for supply shortages. We could have had 17 new models, that would not have changed anything, none could have been delivered, ”replied Elon Musk.

215,000 euros deposit to reserve the Founders Series version

The chief executive of Tesla then engaged in a forecasting exercise. “Assuming that 2022 will not be the year of a mega-drama, the new Roadster should be ready for delivery in 2023,” he wrote on Twitter. The sports car of the American manufacturer was announced in 2017 and a first delivery was announced for 2020, recalls the site Numerama. But the marketing of the 100% electric car was then postponed for a year, before being promised for 2022. And now 2023.

The particularly powerful car, which is able to go from 0 to 100 km / h in 2.1 seconds, has long been offered by Tesla in the form of a pre-order. It is also always possible to reserve the Roadster online. Customers must pay a deposit of 43,000 euros for the classic version or 215,000 euros for the Founders Series version. But we will have to wait a few more years before putting our hands on the wheel.

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