The new Tesla Roadster: Is it too quick?

When the Roadster concept was shown in 2017, Tesla CEO Elon Musk bragged

of a 1.9-second zero-to-60-mph time and a peak speed of 250 miles per hour.

These are numbers that we are all anxiously hope will hold true when the real Tesla Roadster ultimately makes an appearance.

Elon Musk shocked the world when he revealed the upgraded electric sports vehicle

will reach 60 mph in under 1.9 seconds when the next Tesla Roadster was first introduced back in 2017.

Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, announced that the company is redesigning the Roadster,

which is expected to reach 0-62 mph in 1.1 seconds using a SpaceX pack.

Given that the Pininfarina Battista won't exceed 217 mph, which is 33 mph less than the peak speed predicted for the Tesla Roadster in prototype form,

the Pininfarina Battista is predicted to outperform even the second-generation Tesla Roadster in terms of top speed performance.

A stripped-down vehicle could be able to travel even quicker,

slashing tenths of seconds off of Tesla's base new Roadster's performance

making it the fastest production car on Earth if it can break the two-second barrier.