Automotive Tesla Is Reportedly Spending $500,000 Every Hour, Could Be Broke Next Year Published 2 years ago on November 24, 2017 By Vanja K. A few days ago, Tesla Motors revealed the 2020 Tesla Roadster. As an all-electric supercar, The Tesla Roadster maximizes the potential of aerodynamic engineering—with record-setting performance and efficiency – giving would-be drivers one of the most impressive spec sheets in the automotive world today. Let this sink in: the Tesla Roadster will sprint from 0-62mph (0-100km/h) in 1.9 seconds. If you continue to 100mph (160km/h), you’ll need only 4.2 seconds. A 1/4 time of 8.8 seconds won’t leave anybody unimpressed. Top speed? Over 250mph (400km/h). All that for “just” $250,000 – if you order today. The Tesla Roadster features a lightweight, removable Glass Roof that stores in the trunk for an open-air, convertible driving experience. It also comes with a futuristic steering wheel, some infotainment and some other things like seats, roof, fenders and other, not relevant shit. With an acceleration time from 0-62mph (0-100km/h) of just 1.8 seconds, you wont really care about anything else. While the Tesla Roadster may be one of the most potent vehicles to ever hit the world’s roads, it’s not all that peachy at Tesla these days. According to a report by Bloomberg, Telsa is spending an insane amount of money — approximately $8,000 per minute, or close to a staggering half a million dollars an hour: “Whether they can last another 10 months or a year, he needs money, and quickly,” Bloomberg‘s Kevin Tynan explained, saying that Tesla will need to raise at least $2 billion by mid-next year to keep the entire company afloat. With the Tesla Model 3 pre-sales, the upcoming $50,000 reservation for the Roadster and $5,000 for the pre-order of the Tesla semi truck, he might actually do it. It remains to be seen for how long will Tesla be able to keep this level of spending without running the company into the ground. We’re rooting for Tesla in every way, as after all, the sheer appeal, power, and performance of their vehicles, alongside the eco-friendly aspect make them a perfect mode of transportation. Let’s all hope that Tesla Motors can overcome all the difficulties and rise to power as a prominent car manufacturer in the future. Related Topics:businessfeaturedLifestyleTesla MotorsTesla Roadster Up Next Louis Vuitton Styling Added To An adidas Ultra BOOST 4.0 on New Custom Don't Miss Nike Transforms The Classic Footscape Silhouette For Outdoors Advertisement You may like Available Now: adidas NMD CS2 “Linen” Sneakers Pagani’s Celebrating A Record Delivery Year With Two Cars Headed For Geneva Motor Show How Much Do The 2018 NBA All-Star Players Earn From Endorsements? BMW i8 Gets Even More Aggressive Thanks To ADV.1 Wheels JBF Customs Revives “Bred” Air Jordan 1 with Python Leather Official Images Of The Nike Air Force 270 Surface Click to comment Advertisement Latest Articles Release Date12 months ago Dragon Ball Z x adidas Deerupt “Son Gohan” Set To Arrive Soon! Automotive1 year ago Tesla Model 3 Gets Aftermarket ADV.1 Wheels Fashion1 year ago Nike Air More Uptempo “EU City” Pack Set For An Early Release Comics1 year ago Hot New Indie Comic Gekido Lifestyle1 year ago Available Now: adidas NMD CS2 “Linen” Sneakers Automotive2 years ago Luxury Audi A8L Looks Gorgeous On Vossen Forged ML-X3 Wheels Release Date2 years ago Available Now: adidas Ultra Boost Laceless “Beige” Sneakers Lifestyle2 years ago Paul George’s Nike PG 2 Set For Release In NCAA Themed Colorway Design2 years ago Release Reminder: adidas Ultra Boost 4.0 “Cookies & Cream” Lands Next Week Automotive2 years ago Pagani’s Celebrating A Record Delivery Year With Two Cars Headed For Geneva Motor Show Design2 years ago Nike is honoring Roger Federer With A special edition, 1-of-1 Air Force 1 Sneakers2 years ago Release Date: adidas Harden Vol. 2 “Traffic Jam” Sneakers Trending Articles Release Date12 months ago Dragon Ball Z x adidas Deerupt “Son Gohan” Set To Arrive Soon!