Tesla CEO: Next Electric Sports Car to Have Back Seat, AWD, Real Trunk
Jun 03, 2009 15:25
Tesla may finally be cranking out Roadsters in earnest--despite a few recalls here andthere. Even so, CEO Elon Musk is already planning the company's next sports car, which will likely debut after the highly anticipated, lower-cost Model S sedan appears in late 2011. According to WebRidesTV, Musk has a little more practicality in mind this time around.
"The next Roadster (like all future Teslas) will ride on a variation of the Model S platform," the report said. "In fact, it may not be a Roadster (i.e. convertible) at all. Turns out Musk's daily driver (aside from his Tesla) is a Porsche Turbo. He loves the fact that even with all that German performance he can chuck his small kids in back."
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