The 2010 Tesla Roadster became an instant favorite with its sleek body design and its incredible speed. After only being in production for one year, the Roadster was updated to include a glove box and a touch screen that's more conveniently located. It's robust motor makes 295 pound-feet of torque, propelling the vehicle at top speeds. The Roadster has three different drive modes: Standard, Range, and Performance.
The vehicle also has a built in monitoring system where it displays the number of kilowatts the car uses at various speeds. The Roadster can drive 244 miles on a fullcharge, and can easily be recharge on the go or at home. Inside, the Roadster is fitted with leather, carbon fiber, and aluminum surfaces, giving the model a splash of luxury.