2013 Tesla Roadster | Review, Price, Interior, Exterior, Engine – Tesla has delivered on its promise, The 2013 Tesla Roadster is truly the first green alternative to more than 100 years of fast cars powered by gasoline. The Roadster’s classic two seat shape, complete with soft top, provides what can only be called kick ass performance without a tailpipe, emissions, or a fuel tank.
With a manual steering system and a MOMO steering wheel the size of a saucer, weaving the Tesla through the corners is a sublime experience, as you grip the wheel tight around the perfectly placed indents (at 9 and 3, with one on each side that let your thumbs point skyward, the way they should), you can slice through turns like a sportbike knowing that the massive torque will be available right away as soon as you’re pointing straight again.
More importantly, Tesla confirms that the next Roadster won’t arrive until production of the Model S begins in 2012, so a revised Roadster isn’t in the cards until 2013 at the earliest. Interestingly, the upstart EV automaker says that it intends to build the “next generation Tesla Roadster entirely in our own facilities.” Which leads us to believe that an all new platform could underpin the next generation model, possibly based on the Model S’ architecture and shared by a range of new products. How much of the current Roadster carries over remains to be seen, but if Tesla wants to continue to assert its independence, it’s fair to assume that it won’t be sourcing its next chassis from another automaker.
2013 Tesla Roadster Price :
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2013 Tesla Roadster Interior and Exterior :
2013 Tesla Roadster Interior and Exterior. – Against the styling of the lithe, light Elise, the 2013 Tesla Roadster is longer, slightly sleeker, and dispenses with the side air intakes. It’s low-slung, racy, and a real attention-getter. The revised nose this year ties the Roadster more closely to the upcoming Model S all-electric sedan, for the start of a brand character.
Reviewers like the styling, in general, and the removable folding cloth roof panel fits neatly into the small space under the rear decklid. A carbon-fiber hard top is also available. It’s a small car nonetheless, just 44 inches tall with top erected, and fully 5 inches shorter than a subcompact Honda Fit.
2013 Tesla Roadster Engine :
2013 Tesla Roadster Engine. – Full torque kicks in instantly one advantage of electric motors is that their maximum torque starts at 0 rpm which provides truly explosive acceleration. Tesla claims the 2011 Roadster will get to 60 mph in less than 4.0 seconds from standstill. Tweaks to the internals of the electric motor produce more torque at lower speeds, so the Roadster Sport is even quicker. Along with slightly lowered suspension, its quoted 0 to 60 mph time is just 3.7 seconds, a figure sufficiently low to embarrass a number of far pricier cars from better-known brands.
At 8,000 rpm, the road speed is about 70 mph; at 100 mph, the electric motor is turning over at just above 11,000 rpm. A quoted top speed of 125 mph, enforced by a speed limiter, corresponds to the redline zone of 13,000 to 15,000 rpm. Remember, with no gearbox, the rev counter and speedometer move in lockstep. Source: topspeed.com.