Exciting waiting for Roadster, the fully electric sports car that Tesla will be on sale shortly. A video posted on YouTube allows us to compare this performance monster with a 100 percent electric Porsche Taycan model in size and exterior design, which will accelerate 0-100 kilometers in just 1.9 seconds.
The new Roadster, the successor of the 2008-based Roadster, the first vehicle of the US-based electric car maker Tesla, lifted the veil on it in November 2017. Before going on the road, the vehicle, which was sent to space with the strongest rocket of SpaceX and the world, Falcon Heavy, will be available in 2020 after a three-year wait.
Tesla Roadster, which is announced to be faster than any serial production car that is legal to be used on the street by going from 0 to 100 km / h in only 1.9 seconds, will rewrite the rules in the sports car segment with its extraordinary equipment features. The driving range of the fully electric vehicle will be 1000 kilometers on a single charge.
The all-electric Tesla Roadster will offer 1000 kilometers of driving range on a single charge
Although Elon Musk’s pupil is a unique tool on paper, it is not unbeatable. As you know, German giant Porsche introduced its first fully electric sports car, Taycan, in September of last year. The 625 horsepower vehicle accelerates 0-100 km / h in 2.8 seconds in the Turbo S version. The range is 450 kilometers in the Turbo version and 412 kilometers in the Turbo S version.
Tesla Roadster looks much smaller than Porsche Taycan
A YouTube channel has designed a concept video that we can compare these two tools in detail in design and size. The Roadster looks much smaller than the Taycan, but it is not surprising that the German sports car is close to the dimensions of the Tesla Model S and the Roadster is a much smaller vehicle.
Although Tesla Roadster appears in front of Porsche Taycan in almost every performance item including horsepower, torque and range, I think it would not be wrong to say that both vehicles have a very impressive design language in terms of design. For this reason, the decision about which tool is better is up to you, our valuable readers.