We guess that some of you may have forgotten about the Tesla Roadster. Before the relative success of Model S and Model X, Tesla put into production this little beauty. The Roadster was essentially a reworked Lotus with an electric drivetrain and a few other features that differentiated it from its British counterpart. Production only lasted four years, and during this time the company managed to move 2,450 cars in over 30 countries.
Before the model was allocated for sale in the US, Tesla produced the example you see here: a prototype. It's just the 32nd example built by the company (only 33 prototypes were made in total), and was used extensively as a marketing tool. Just a smidge over 18,000 miles read on the odometer. Now you can find it on eBay. It seems that it would be a perfect addition to any Tesla enthusiast's collection, but there is a catch. The seller won't sell it for less than $1,000,032. As we know, vintage Ferraris are going now for $15M+ and this should convince potential buyers that the demanded price for this vehicle is not as high, as it seems to be.
The seller claims that the car comes with a few unique features that we'll not find on the average production-spec Roadster. The Roadster does wear a special prototype VIN to confirm its legitimacy, 5YJRE11B181V00032, has recorded just 18,000 miles since new, and comes with full service records, which note a replaced power module by a Tesla service center a few years back. It also comes with the original hard and soft tops, a portable charger, and a 240v wall charger. If you ever wanted to own the Roadster, use this opportunity and buy it!