What is the new Tesla Roadster's range?

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.

The Tesla Roadster advertises a peak speed range of 0-to-400 metres (0.49 miles),

0-to-400 metres (0.25 miles), 0-to-400 mph, and 0-to-250 mph.

More significantly, Tesla's 2022 Roadster is anticipated to feature a 200-kWh battery, which is double

the size of the Tesla Model S P100D battery and will give it a range of 621 miles (1,000 km) when driven on the highway.

According to the American company, the 200kWh battery pack in the second-generation Tesla Roadster may have a range of up to 620 miles.

Elon Musk surprised the EV community when he revealed the completely electric supercar

will have a range of over 620 miles on a single charge back in November 2017 when he presented the next-generation Tesla Roadster.