Most of the news surrounding electric carmaker Tesla
has been focused on the new Model S sedan. After winning Motor Trend’s coveted "Car of the Year" award, the Model S has proven that it’s possible for an electric car to function as a proper daily driver. Range anxiety can still be an issue for some but the car’s technological leap forward can’t be denied. But details are beginning to come out regarding another Tesla: an eventual replacement for the discontinued Roadster that put the company on the map in the first place.