We are gobsmacked. 2020 will be a great year for the electric car market.
One of our own sons of the soil has unveiled a vehicle for the ages. The Next-Gen Tesla Roadster. Elon Musk, with his high-concept cars, has conceived of a beast that – if successful – will best the best for a generation, at least.
Zero to 96 kilometres per hour in approximately 1.9 seconds. That’s you, beating that aggressive taxi driver trying to veer through the emergency lane, in a split second. Ha ha, you say, to the angry hoots.
Not that we’re encouraging aggressive driving. But a car that can handle the belligerent tactics of other vehicles on the roads? That’s like Thor’s hammer: hard hitting and pure lightening. The latter is electricity-fuelled, which…
…is pure Tesla (named after the famous scientist who helped, well, basically electrify our world), so there may be short comings. At least with petrol, you don’t have to worry about load shedding while trying to charge your car.
Let’s hope electricity gets sorted out.
However, provided things get fixed, as they very well look to be, in our parastatals, you’ll get your “galleon” of watts when you need them. Hopefully.
We consider this to be a good import option because:
The new Tesla Roadster has great range. Just shy of 1000 kays. That’s fair enough. And far enough, once fully charged. For most people, that’s about two weeks of city driving. Even with swift movements through heavy traffic, weaving between lanes to shorten your trip as much as possible.
What is especially exciting about the Tesla Roadster is, it’s a super car and yet it comfortably fits four people. So you get to be the family guy (or gal) and still be a serious sports performer on the roads.
We mean, look at that thing! It’s aerodynamically beautiful, an aesthetic work of art, designed both to look incredibly sexy and circumvent the air resistance around it. It’s so gorgeous, we consider it a modern automobile Mona Lisa.
You can reserve yours now, if you like.
Plug into pure power, because this Roadster will really ravish our roads.