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Tesla Stops Building in 2011 the Roadster

Just a few years since its introduction as the first ever all-electric vehicle, Tesla has decided to stop production of the wildly popular Roadster. The problem, Tesla claims, lies in the supplier (or lack of) for the vehicle. This means that the launch of the awaited Model S could be delayed at least until 2013. The 2010 Tesla Roadster became second model of the electrically powered two-seat sports scar to hit the markets.

The Tesla Roadster is very similar to the Lotus Elise, and it's in fact based on some of its components. With its battery-powered drivetrain, the Roadster can reach a top speed of 125 mph. Tesla had also taken steps to improve the interior amenities that have included a dash that holds a small navigation screen and JVC stereo.

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