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New Tesla technology and new cars announced for late 2020 and early 2021.

Tesla entered a completely new and risky market: mass production of electric vehicles. They sure struggled at the beginning, and their first Roaster generation, which was launched in 2008, was nothing shy of a flop and not well-received by many automotive journalists around the globe, especially by Jeremy Clarkson.

However, over the years, they refined their battery technology and grew their brand and developed and released the Tesla Model S, which is their most sold car to date.

Tesla is developing their new SUV, named the Tesla Model Y, which will be a competitor for the BMW X3. Tesla has also got a Semi-truck in development which will sport many more safely features in comparison to commercial Semis on the road today, such as obstacle avoidance, autonomous driving and faster acceleration time.

In November 2019, Elon Musk revealed the Tesla Cybertruck, a very futuristic looking pickup truck, which will be standard with all the typical Tesla technology. Tesla also developed a quad bike, which was revealed together with the Cybertruck, and is called the Cyberquad. It fits perfectly at the back of the Cybertruck, which has a plugin point to charge the Cyberquad on the go.

Tesla furthermore redeveloped the Tesla Roadster, and it is insanely good looking. Musk says it will be the fastest production car ever produced, with a 0-60mph time of just 1.9 seconds!

Take a look at the video below about the new range of Tesla models.

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