The Roadster was Tesla’s first car. And with only 2,450 made and an estimated 1,500 left, it’s an endangered species. But a die-hard group of early adopters and fans are passionate about keeping the EV-maker’s original electric car alive.
00:00 – Intro
01:53 – History of the Roadster
02:52 – Tesla’s start-up days
03:30 – The Roadster community
06:08 – An endangered species
07:36 – Medlock and Sons EV repair
10:20 – Repairing Roadsters
12:30 – Finding Roadster parts
14:52 – Rising Roadster values
16:20 – Keeping the Roadster alive
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What Happened To Tesla’s First Car — The Roadster?