For Tesla Roadster owners who look longingly at the Model S and dream of the advances that it brings, the wait is over. As teased by Elon Musk, the US EV-maker has finally released its ‘Roadster 3.0’ package which applies everything they’ve learnt from the Model S as an upgrade for existing Roadster owners. Show More Summary
Thanks to a new retrofit built for Tesla's Roadster, 400-mile range may soon be possible. Here's what you need to know.
This Christmas, Elon Musk of Tesla had an interesting Christmas present to offer Roadster owners on Twitter–an increase to a range of 400 miles between charges. Roadster upgrade will enable non-stop travel from LA to SF — almost 400 mile range. Show More Summary
Tesla Founder Elon Musk just announced a new battery for his EV Roadster 3.0 will demonstrate a single-charge 400 mile range in January. Could put a lot gas-powered vehicles out of business. Explains why Ford, GM, and most carmakers are going to the plug. Show More Summary
Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA)’s upgrade to its Roadster will not matter much to the company, Phil LeBeau told Sara Eisen in a discussion on CNBC. The comment was prompted by a tweet sent out by Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) founder Elon Musk about his company’s plan for its roadster. According to Musk, the upgrade to […]
Tesla is now releasing a new Roadster 3.0 package for the original Tesla Roadster, the two-seater sports car that was also the company’s first car. Tesla CEO and founder Elon Musk has taken to Twitter to reveal the announcement. “We have identified a new cell that has 31% more energy than the original Roadster cell. Show More Summary
Tesla Motors’ [NSDQ:TSLA] first car, the Roadster, has been out of production for a while now, but that hasn’t stopped the electric car company from offering new updates for it. The last update’s arrival was back in 2010, and the latest, announced by Tesla this week, looks to be the most substantial yet. Dubbed version 3.0, the...
American electric car company Tesla has announced major details for the 3.0 update for its Roadster, a model that went out of production at the beginning of 2012. As expected, a major component of the update is a new battery pack, which can now store 31 per cent more energy. The new cells fit into the [...]
Following a heads-up given by CEO Elon Musk last week on Twitter, the company has now shared some details of a new upgrade it will be making available for its electric sports coupe sometime in 2015. Together, the enhancements should offer a 40-50 percent range improvement and give Roadsters a 400-mile range under certain conditions. Show More Summary
Lithium-ion battery technology has advanced by leaps and bounds in the past few years - and Tesla just packed the state of the art into a Roadster update package that gives the electric vehicle a range of 400 miles and a more aerodynamic profile. The Tesla
Tesla and Elon Musk have announced the brand new Roadster 3.0 package, which applies what the brand has learned with the Model S to their original Roadster design. Mainly, they’ve identified a new cell that has 31% more energy than … The post Tesla Announces Roadster 3.0 with Over 400 Mile Range appeared first on Highsnobiety.
More power + less drag = 400-mile range between charges Elon Musk's Earth-bound transport company has upgraded its two-seater Roadster sports car design with a better battery – and a new body that will increase the range of the flash motors by up to 50 per cent, apparently.…
The Roadster 3.0 can travel from Los Angeles to San Francisco on a single charge, CEO Elon Musk said. The post New Roadster Can Travel 400 Miles On A Single Charge, Tesla Announces appeared first on ThinkProgress.
(Reuters) - U.S. electric car maker Tesla Motors Inc will relaunch its Roadster model with a new battery pack that will increase the distance the car can travel on a single charge by nearly two-thirds to more than 400 miles. The company's shares rose 2.8 percent to $228.44 in late afternoon trading on the Nasdaq. Show More Summary
Elon Musk got on Twitter last night (or early this morning) to announced a Christmas present for Tesla Roadster owners. The Tesla sports car, with a new upgrade, can travel 400 miles without recharging. As Musk noted in the tweet, that’s...Show More Summary
Tesla Motors has made a habit out of making continued improvements to its vehicles after they leave the showroom, sometimes with software "updates" that look like recalls, and sometimes with actual improvements.
Tesla Motors officially unveiled an update to the Tesla Roadster, the two-seater sports car that was also the company’s first car. It’s Tesla’s “Roadster 3.0 package.” CEO Elon Musk hinted at the upcoming update in a tweet to a fan earlier this week, and again on Christmas Day. Show More Summary
A new battery pack and other improvements will help the Roadster go 400 miles on a single charge