Tesla's electric Roadster art car was shown at Miami's Art Basel festival
7 December 2010

Tesla has revealed this Roadster art car at Miami's annual Art Basel festival.

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The company collaborated with digital artist, Laurence Gartel, who wrapped every body panel with this digital swirl design "to break ground in the automotive and art worlds".

The one-off Roadster, which was displayed and toured around Miami beach, accelerates from 0-60mph in just 3.7 seconds and has a range of over 200 miles.

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7 December 2010

I think this resembles what our Australian cousins would call a "Technicolour yawn".

8 December 2010

[quote Uncle Mellow] I think this resembles what our Australian cousins would call a "Technicolour yawn".

Or even the result of "going for a drive on the porcelain bus" Seriously though all I want to know is when they are going to actually build the Type S

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