Remember when we first told you about the Tesla Roadster, the 100% electric sports car? Well, thanks to YourAutoStuff.com we have some more news about it.
First, it takes 6,831 lithium ion batteries power the all-electric Tesla Roadster. But what about the user interface from the driver’s seat?
It turns out that the Roadster has a small touch screen to control battery charging. It provides people with the temperatures of different subsystems, and it gives a read of how the batteries’ charge translates into range and performance.
Check out the video.