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The '''Tesla Roadster 2.5 Sport''' is a fully-electric sports car from [[Tesla Motors]] that is based on a [[Lotus]] chassis. It is an improved, altered and refined variation of the earlier [[Tesla Roadster (2006)|Roadster]].
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The '''Tesla Roadster 2.5 Sport''' is a fully-electric sports car from [[Tesla Motors]] that is based on a [[Lotus]] chassis. It is an improved, altered, and refined variation of the earlier [[Tesla Roadster (2006)|Roadster]].
   
The 2.5 Sport features various differences against other Roadster models including carbon-fibre panels, an altered front fascia to reflect newer Tesla models, improved seats, interior sound proofing, and additional control options.
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The 2.5 Sport differs from the standard Roadster model with inclusions such as carbon-fibre panels, an altered front fascia to reflect newer Tesla models, improved seats, interior sound proofing, and additional control options.
   
 
Production for the Roadster ended in 2012 after Tesla exhausted their supply of gliders developed by Lotus.
 
Production for the Roadster ended in 2012 after Tesla exhausted their supply of gliders developed by Lotus.

Revision as of 12:18, June 13, 2014

The Tesla Roadster 2.5 Sport is a fully-electric sports car from Tesla Motors that is based on a Lotus chassis. It is an improved, altered, and refined variation of the earlier Roadster.

The 2.5 Sport differs from the standard Roadster model with inclusions such as carbon-fibre panels, an altered front fascia to reflect newer Tesla models, improved seats, interior sound proofing, and additional control options.

Production for the Roadster ended in 2012 after Tesla exhausted their supply of gliders developed by Lotus.

Need for Speed: Most Wanted (2012)

The Tesla Roadster Sport was first revealed in a multiplayer teaser trailer for Need for Speed: Most Wanted (2012).

It appears in the final release as a Sports class vehicle. It can be found in various Jack Spots in singleplayer and is available upon reaching SpeedLevel 58 in multiplayer.

Similar to the Alfa Romeo 4C (Concept), the Tesla Roadster is an agile car with an emphasis on acceleration. However, it has the lowest top speed (120 mph/194km/h) in the game and a low pursuit durability. Long Gears mod is recommended to make the Tesla Roadster more competitive in races.

Need for Speed: Most Wanted (2012) (Mobile)

The Tesla Roadster appears in the mobile release of Need for Speed: Most Wanted (2012) in the Sports category. Available for $40,000, the vehicle has decent acceleration and handling, but suffers in top speed.

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