Roding Roadster confirmed for Swiss reveal
There's a battery-electric Roadster in development that we don't expect at the show. Using a Siemens battery pack, it will weigh 2,475 pounds compared to the gas engine's 2,090 pounds. Two electric motors can provide 320 max horsepower combined, but max torque rings the bell at 1,844 lb-ft combined. Continuous numbers are a still-heady 126 hp and 738 lb-ft combined.
No clue on pricing, but in spite of its Audi R8-ness, if it manages to look like the rendering and perform as promised, we imagine Roding will find 23 good homes soon enough.
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