Tesla’s upcoming car release will feature ‘rocket technology’ despite delays

Tesla Roadster: Elon Musk’s “Rocket Technology” Sports Car to Break Speed and Design Records in 2023?

In a recent interview with CNN’s Don Lemon, Tesla CEO Elon Musk revealed exciting updates about the long-awaited Tesla Roadster. Musk announced that the highly anticipated vehicle will feature “rocket technology,” adding to the anticipation surrounding its release.

The contentious interview covered various topics that Musk is involved in, including the delayed release of the Tesla Roadster. Originally unveiled as a concept in 2017, the Roadster was slated for release in 2020 but has faced delays due to production issues. Despite these setbacks, Musk announced in February that the EV sports car will be arriving next year with a second-generation design that promises unprecedented speed and performance.

According to Musk, the new Roadster will achieve a 0-60mph speed in under 1 second, setting a new standard for electric sports cars. The design of the vehicle will be a collaboration between Tesla and SpaceX, incorporating “rocket technology” to create a unique and groundbreaking product. Musk described the Roadster as “not really a car” and hinted that it may have the capability to fly, although he did not provide specific details about this feature.

In addition to its innovative design and technology, the Roadster will feature a yoke-style steering wheel inspired by modern jets, adding to its futuristic appeal. Musk’s vision for the vehicle is to combine the expertise of both Tesla and SpaceX to create something truly groundbreaking and unlike anything that has been seen before in the automotive industry. As fans eagerly await the release of

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