Tesla has pushed back the release of its Roadster model once again, with the firm’s CEO Elon Musk stating that it would ‘hopefully’ arrive next year.
Announced during Tesla’s 2023 shareholders meeting, the news means that the Roadster – if it arrives in 2024 – will be running four years behind schedule.
The Roadster was originally revealed back in 2017, with Tesla claiming a 250mph top speed and a fully electric range of up to 620 miles. It was also said to be capable of going from 0-60mph in just 1.9 seconds.
Only recently, Tesla cancelled sales of right-hand-drive versions of both its Model S and X cars, with the American firm stating that neither vehicle would be available to order ‘for the foreseeable future’. However, UK buyers are still able to order left-hand-drive versions if desired.