Tesla has completed the design of its highly anticipated Roadster electric sports car and is set to start deliveries next year, according to CEO Elon Musk.

Futuristic Design Collaboration

In a recent post on his social-media platform X, Musk revealed that the Roadster's design is a joint effort between Tesla and SpaceX. The CEO promised a grand unveiling of the vehicle by the end of the year. Noteworthy features include the car's ability to accelerate from 0 to 60 miles per hour in under a second, which Musk considers "the least interesting part."

Unprecedented Innovation

"We have significantly raised the bar for the new Tesla Roadster tonight," Musk shared. "This will be a one-of-a-kind vehicle, pushing boundaries beyond imagination."

The original Tesla Roadster, introduced in 2008, paved the way for the company's success in the electric vehicle market.

Delayed Launch and Exciting Prospects

Initially projected to be the fastest production car ever produced with a top speed of 250 mph, the revamped Roadster faced setbacks. Despite the base version's expected price tag of $200,000, the debut was postponed to 2021 due to supply-chain challenges.

BYD's Competition and Innovation

Tesla's spotlight on the Roadster coincides with BYD's recent reveal of the U9, a high-end sports car priced at $233,000. As BYD ventures into luxury vehicles under its premium label Yangwang, the company aims to diversify beyond its economical roots to secure greater profitability.

Surpassing Tesla in EV sales last year, BYD aims to make the U9, a sleek two-door coupe with Lamborghini-esque flair, available for delivery by mid-2024.

For more details, stay tuned for updates on this groundbreaking development in the world of electric vehicles.

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