Tesla has removed pricing information for the new electric Roadster and has stopped accepting pre-orders for the $ 250,000 version of the Founders Series.
The new Tesla Roadster may be the company’s most famous long-term construction. During the announcement of the next-generation Tesla Roadster in 2017, CEO Elon Musk said it would hit the market in 2020.
Following the presentation, Tesla began booking an impressive electric supercar that sprints from 0 to 100 km / h in 1.9 seconds and offers a range of almost 1,000 km. Those interested were offered a $ 50K deposit for pre-order, and the Founders Series version was offered for $ 250K.
In 2020, Musk announced that the Tesla Roadster will be delayed until 2022 as the automaker will focus on the Cybertruck. Earlier this year, the CEO said Tesla “should release” the new Roadster in 2023 if there are no issues.
Now Tesla has decided to remove the pricing information for the new car, removing information about the base version for 200 thousand dollars and the Founders Series. The company was previously expected to release 1,000 copies of the Founders Series.
Tesla previously did something similar with information about the Cybertruck, after which a new version of the electric pickup was presented.