But will the SpaceX version of the electric hypercar really even hit 60mph in 1.1 seconds as claimed?
When Elon Musk revealed the second-generation Tesla Roadster ‘v2.0’ in concept form back in November 2017, he said it would become the “quickest car in the world” when it entered production by 2020.
He claimed it would hit 60mph (96.6km/h) in a staggering 1.9 seconds, 100mph (257km/h) in just 4.2sec and the quarter-mile (402m) in only 8.8sec, on its way to a top speed of more than 250mph (402km/h).
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