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Tesla Shareholders Meeting 2019

June 12, 2019

Last Tuesday I was able to attend the Tesla Shareholders Meeting for the first time. It was an incredible experience and I feel blessed I got to meet so many great folks in real life.

Videos about Roadster

Past Tesletter articles

About the last production Roadster

This is a series of two videos about the Tesla Roadster with VIN 1459, the last production Roadster built (after that there were only 5 more built, the ‘Final Five’). The video explains what happens when the Roadster stops being able to charge (called a bricked Roadster), difficulties transporting a locked car, and the importance of quick response to assure a recovery is possible.

From issue #143

Download the original Roadster service manual, free

Tesla just released them for free, thanks Greentheonly for noticing!

From issue #157

Everything you've ever wanted to know about the Tesla Roadster

Gruber Motors specializes on repairing and producing spare parts for Tesla Roadsters, now they also create videos about the original Tesla Roadster. If you want to know more about it, I highly recommend you to watch them:

From issue #73

Matte Black Cybertruck

This photo was posted by a former Senior Aerodynamics Engineer at Tesla and shows the sexy new Roadster and, in the background, it also shows a matte black Cybertruck. Badass!

From issue #188

Production Tesla Roadster will look better

I don’t know how this car can look even better, but that is what Elon said. Now, I just need to find a way of paying for it and I will be all set!

From issue #165

Roadster 2020 may be delayed to 2022

Elon Musk hinted at the next-generation Tesla Roadster being delayed to at least 2022 and maybe even later. This makes sense if you think about the current situation and Tesla not wanting to miss the opportunity of the Model Y becoming Tesla’s best selling car, apart from ramping up production of the Semi and the Cybertruck.

From issue #111

Roadster’s rocket thrusters

One could think Elon was joking when he explained Jay Leno’s how the new Roadster rocket thrusters will work, but he actually wasn’t. “We’re gonna use ultra-high pressure compressed air. It’s a cold gas thruster. The main thruster will be behind the license plate. So for acceleration, it drops the license plate, and behind the license plate is a rocket thruster. It’s like full-on James Bond".

At this point, I can believe anything coming from Elon Musk. I just can’t wait to see it.

Read more: Teslarati

From issue #113

Space X Tesla Roadster's from 0 to 60 in 1.1 seconds

We learned this from the plaque at the Petersen Automotive Museum, where the Roadster will be exhibited until June 2nd. We knew it was going to be fast, but it is just mind-blowing 🤯🤯🤯

From issue #165

Tesla Roadster at Petersen Automotive Museum

Beautiful pictures, and that red, OMG!

From issue #165

The next gen Roadster will fly 'a little'

Or at least that is what Elon said on Twitter. The numbers of the new Model Plaid+ are so impressive that Ryan McCaffrey (from Ride the Lightning) was asking Elon if the new Roadster will ‘time travel’, to what Elon Musk responded that is part rocket, and when John (from TOSV) asked him if it can fly, Elon responded ‘a little’ 😱😱

From issue #149

Want to check out the new Roadster in person?

It will be at the Petersen Museum in Los Angeles, CA, from May 19 until June. Tickets are $45. I remember seeing the new Roadster at the shareholders event in 2019, such a beautiful car!

From issue #164

Why is it worth spending $200K on a Tesla Roadster

The Electric Forest had its share of obituaries over the years but the new American car company Tesla is determined to prove that the concept is a workable one. the Tesla Roadster looks good and can hold its own in the performance arena.

Read more: Vehicle Suggest

From issue #21