Tesla has made a quite a name for itself since its founding, and with reason. But one habit it has never quite shaken is that of rarely meeting the deadlines it sets for itself. The latest example is the Roadster model. When the Roadster was unveiled in 2017, the plan was for production to begin in… 2020.
Obviously, Tesla is not there with its new Roadster.
Tesla boss, Elon Musk, in a podcast-style interview with Joe Rogan last Thursday, said the debut of the new Roadster would be postponed to allow the company to focus on more-pressing projects, according to a Reuters report.
Asked when the Roadster model might see the light of day, Musk responded that the “Roadster is kind of like dessert. We gotta get the meat and potatoes and greens and stuff.”