The Tesla Roadster’s formula has been furthered by designers despite there being no certain date for the vehicle’s release on the market. Naturally, the Roadster’s rocket boosters would play a crucial role in their designs, but we weren’t prepared for concepts in which the rockets would take center stage.
Young automotive designer Max Schneider, who presently resides in Japan, has produced one of the least Tesla-like fan projects ever to wear the name. Even while it may not first look very Tesla-like, it starts to make sense after watching Max’s documentary on the development of the Tesla SpaceX Model R hypercar. And the design is of a very good caliber.
The final design is excellent and serves just one purpose: to accelerate the car. It is also utilitarian. In order to drive the automobile into the ground, he even adds boosters that face downward. These boosters may pivot to force the car back and down as well as forward, which helps with stopping. A lot of great details that are included into the design give this idea depth and reveal that it was written by an expert.
Max claims that the envisioned specifications for this rocket-boosted electric hypercar include a total output of 2,600 horsepower, a peak speed of 467 km/h, and a weight of around 2.2 tons. The vehicle’s considerable mass is in part due to the fact that it must transport the liquid-hydrogen propellant used to power the rockets.
The automobile would theoretically have a range of 510 km (317 miles) on a single charge thanks to a 115 kWh battery pack that would power the electric motor. However, this would not be possible without the employment of rocket booster mode. The separate boosters for the car’s four corners should make a significant difference turning in, therefore the vehicle should also be excellent around turns.