Tesla Motors' commitment to revolutionizing the global auto industry through the creation of all-electric cars continues unabated following the launch of two key new products, namely the Roadster and Semi. The former is a supercar that supposedly has utterly bonkers levels of performance, whereas the latter looks set to change haulage forever. Let's take a closer look at Elon Musk's newest game-changers:
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The striking new Tesla Roadster is capable of hitting 60 mph from rest in just 1.9 seconds.
It supposedly will be able to exceed 250 mph giving the Bugatti Chiron a run for its money.
Furthermore, the car will be able to travel up to 620 miles on a single charge.
As perhaps is to be expected, the interior looks incredibly futuristic.
The Roadster features a removable glass roof. Hold on to your hat!
Its rear end looks reminiscent of the outgoing Tesla Roadster.
The $200,000 Roadster's steering wheel look's more like a racing car's than anything else.
Welcome to the world's first all-electric semi truck.
It has sports car-like performance, having the ability to accelerate to 60 mph in just 5 seconds.
Another innovation is the centrally-mounted driving position, which is a first on a vehicle of this kind.
It is able to haul an 80,000-lb load up a 5% gradient at 65 mph - 20 mph faster than a conventional semi truck.
A huge relief for truck drivers will be the complete absence of gear-shifting. The Semi has just one gear.
Motors on each wheel have allowed Tesla to eliminate the possibility of jack-knifing.
Drag has also been minimized, contributing to the Semi's 500-mile range.