The Roadster price was $200,000 at launch, and folks who wanted to get one first were invited to put down $50,000 to make a reservation, or $250,000 for the “Founder’s Edition” model. Musk did say that Tesla is aiming to have a release candidate model hit the road this year, so we should at least get a look at the final model, performance and price sometime in 2021.
You won’t have to wait that long (or pay that much) to get similar performance, however, as Tesla’s updated Model S Plaid+ edition will arrive late in 2021 with a 1,100 horsepower drive system. At a price of $132,990, it will shoot from 0 to 60 MPH in under 2 seconds, hit a top speed of 200 MPH and go 520 miles on a charge — not bad for a four-door sedan.
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