Rephrased Title: “The Next-Generation Tesla Roadster Boasts an Unexpectedly Roomy Trunk”

When Elon Musk unveiled the next-generation Tesla Roadster, he remarked that the vehicle will have “tons of storage.” Musk noted that the all-electric supercar would have enough room to transport luggage and up to four people, thanks to its 2+2 seating configuration. Based on an image of the next-gen Roadster’s rear storage area that was recently shared online, it appears that the Tesla CEO’s descriptions are quite accurate.

Tesla brought over the next-gen Roadster prototype on its Autonomy Day event, which was held last week. Attendees of the event were able to get up close and personal with the all-electric supercar, with one investor even sharing footage of the vehicle’s unique finger swipe door lock system. Tesla enthusiast Philipp Sicking, who was also at the event, was able to get a clear image of the all-electric supercar’s rear storage area.

Immediately noticeable from the next-gen Roadster’s trunk is its size. While seemingly shallow, the space at the vehicle’s rear seems to be enough to fit a couple of small suitcases or traveling bags. The rear seats of the Roadster also appear to be designed to fold down when needed, which could give the all-electric supercar even more cargo space. The space on the Roadster’s trunk seems to be comparable to that of the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta, a rear-wheel-drive grand tourer notable for its sizable rear cargo area.


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