The Tesla Roadster – Electric Dream Car

Speed; 125 mph (201 km/h) 221 miles (356 km) range without charging Full-charge time: 3½ hours.!!!! Estimated life: over 100000 miles (160000 km). (worst case scenario many batterys have shown to triple there battery life) less than {video_description}.01/mile approximatly so for a rough equation of how much money your saving. what would cost a 90$ in gas would cost 1 quarter in electricity! and for an electric car 0 to 60 in 5 seconds is pretty damn amazing. 0 emmisions = priceless

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  1. #1 by ocsk8r14 at April 19th, 2009

    nikola tesla is one of the smartest man to have ever lived

  2. #2 by tommysch at April 20th, 2009

    Depend where you live, but anyway i think the future is still the Hydrogen powered standard internal combustion engines.

  3. #3 by kmaddap at April 27th, 2009

    “clean coal” is not the majority of electricity generated. Its a lame point anyway considering how much more carbon emissions are put off by the process of converting oil into usable fuels and then burning them in a combustion engine.

  4. #4 by ssssaaafff at April 28th, 2009

    Couldn’t agree more. More co2=plants grow more , make more food and oxygen for us. As it was in prehistoric times when things grew huge.

  5. #5 by lekotar at May 1st, 2009

    Wrong. 1st of all el. cars have much lower servicing costs. A litre of gasoline contains about 2.7 kW·h (9.7 MJ) of energy. To calculate the cost of the electrical equivalent of a liter of gasoline, multiply the utility cost per kW·h by 2.7. The Tesla uses about 13 kW·h/100 km, the EV1 used about 11 kW·h/100 km. In the worst case the electric car is at least two times more efficient than normal car.

  6. #6 by justinjkd at May 6th, 2009

    Well then I guess you have never heard of Zero Point Energy…?

  7. #7 by JonnyNME at May 6th, 2009

    and if there was better solar panel technology wind powered geothermal river turbines , but no more dams they change the ecosystems and the natures course of the river

  8. #8 by DECOFRANCE at May 10th, 2009

    what about putting a mind mill generator and solar panel on top of that car?

  9. #9 by binaryfuneral at May 11th, 2009

    co2 and co are two different things my friend.

  10. #10 by ssssaaafff at May 12th, 2009

    Exactly, is why all this stupidity against the so called green house gas CO2 is a big nothing. We need more ways of producing CO2.

  11. #11 by ImTextingYouNow at May 24th, 2009

    dont you need to change to oil too?

  12. #12 by Caleb6543 at May 27th, 2009

    I know some people who have driven the Tesla and they said it was a fun car to drive!

  13. #13 by Donninator1 at May 31st, 2009


    this isn’t zero point energy, this is energy manipulation..

    they need energy to get it going, but less energy makes more engery.

  14. #14 by justinjkd at May 31st, 2009

    I’m not talking about the cars energy. I’m commenting on the coal burning cop out that people give when they say “we need to burn coal in order to produce electricity, which still releases co2.” Now that person has limited imformation on how geothermal, tidal, wind and solar energies can eliminate coal burning. Zero point energy can amplify these energy outputs to produce free clean energy for the entire planet. Peace.

  15. #15 by quantummechanics2 at June 5th, 2009

    no what we need is nuclear reactors they produce more power than coal wind solar and and tidal with the added affect it goes about 80 years with out to many repairs but that is not the point sure we could switch to e-cars tomarow but when every one plugs thier car in every city will go dark because even with all the power generating equipment we have to day it is not going to charge all these cars!

  16. #16 by xXNEELUXx at June 7th, 2009

    i got them in hot wheels!!!!!!!!!

  17. #17 by xXNEELUXx at June 7th, 2009

    i just like to collect em!!!!!!!!!

  18. #18 by RyguyCC at July 27th, 2009

    People will be plugging their cars in at night, a time when electricity is currently still being produced and simply going no where 😛

  19. #19 by RyguyCC at July 27th, 2009

    I hope you realize that a wind mill would actually make the car LESS efficient lol

  20. #20 by yermyahu at July 29th, 2009

    hmmmm. Cool car! Wouldn’t it be even cooler if it had a magnetic generator for a motor? Well, I’ll back to dreaming now. – still a cool car ;]

  21. #21 by CrazyForCooCooPuffs at August 14th, 2009

    ImTextingYouNow= ur an idiot right?

  22. #22 by visionmaster153 at August 16th, 2009

    If you had off-grid power generation, you would not have to rely on grid production.

    The ultimate in energy independence.

    From Canada, with love

  23. #23 by MrTitan1976 at August 22nd, 2009

    Look video MrTitan1976

  24. #24 by ImTextingYouNow at August 26th, 2009

    lol no i was jokin

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