The new Tesla Roadster will be able to fly.

Elon Musk has made a new announcement about the hyper-electric Tesla Roadster, which has been eagerly anticipated for a long time.
The new Tesla Roadster will be able to fly

SpaceX technologies

Responding to a post on X, Elon Musk clearly stated, “The new Tesla Roadster will be able to fly.” He did not provide further details, but it is believed that the car might be able to lift off the ground briefly using small rockets from SpaceX. According to a previous announcement by Musk, the new Roadster will be revealed in its production version at the end of 2024. He mentioned, “The production design is complete and will be unveiled at the end of the year, with deliveries expected next year.” Musk frequently makes bold statements about this car, which is expected to be on the roads by 2025.

The technically impressive car was previously reported to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 1.9 seconds. It will be built on three motors, will be all-wheel drive, can reach a maximum speed of 400 km/h, and will offer a range of 1,000 km. The super sports electric car, initially announced to have a 200 kWh battery, will deliver a staggering 10,000 Nm of torque. The new Roadster or its special version with small rockets from SpaceX will be able to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 1 second or even less.

Previously, Musk said about the model, “There will never be another car like this, if it can even be called a car.” In a later statement, he added:

It will have some rocket technologies

“It will have some rocket technologies. I think the only way to make something cooler than the Cybertruck is to combine Tesla and SpaceX technologies to create something that is not even a car. Something that has never existed before…”

These statements have generated great interest in the vehicle. When asked, “Will it have a steering wheel?” Musk replied, “It will have a drive-by-wire system, meaning a control system that is entirely electronically controlled, similar to how modern jets or planes are controlled.”

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