by Chris Adede . Nov 08, 2022

A New Exhibit Showcases Tesla's Most Exclusive Car Line

Source: Peterson Automotive Museum

The Petersen Automotive Museum, renowned for housing the world's largest collection of classic cars, is set to host an exclusive exhibit dedicated to Tesla cars.

The exhibit will showcase some of Tesla's most significant vehicles, including the Roadster, Model S and X, Model 3, and a new prototype car.

The exhibit will give visitors an in-depth look at how Tesla has revolutionized the automotive industry over the past two decades.

It will also explore how electric vehicles have helped improve air quality and reduce greenhouse gas emissions around the globe.

The museum has been home to many car exhibits in the past, but this one is special because it's the first time they've displayed a complete collection of Tesla’s.

It's not just a showroom for these four cars, either; it's an interactive experience allowing visitors to get up close and personal with some of Tesla's most iconic vehicles.

Now you can see what it's like to sit in a Model X or Model S driver's seat and watch as they open up their doors automatically or take a spin in a Roadster—and all without having to worry about getting your hands dirty with oil.

Tesla Models Available for Exhibit

We take a deep dive into some of the exclusive models set for display at the Peterson Automotive Museum:

Tesla Original Roadster

Tesla Original Roadster

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The Original Tesla Roadster was one of the first vehicles to be produced by Tesla. It was a two-door convertible with a rear-mounted engine and battery pack.

The first Tesla Roadster was released in 2008, quickly becoming one of the most sought-after cars on the market.

Tesla’s 1,000,000th Car

 Tesla Model Y

The electric car manufacturer has been on a roll lately with sales and production numbers that have broken records for electric vehicles.

To celebrate this milestone in its history, Tesla unveiled the multi-coat red Model Y to mark the occasion.

Model S Plaid Nurburgring

Model S Plaid Nurburgring

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This exclusive Tesla Model S P100DL Plaid Edition and the Nürburgring course will be displayed at the upcoming auto show.

The new Nürburgring Edition Tesla Model S Plaid is a limited-edition car highlighting the brand's commitment to innovation and excellence.

Produced in a small batch, this special edition of the Model S boasts an exclusive plaid design inspired by the car's namesake track.

Tesla Cyber Truck Prototype

Tesla Cyber Truck Prototype

Photo credit: Peterson Automotive Museum

The Tesla CyberTruck prototype is a vehicle that uses artificial intelligence to drive itself. The company has been working on this technology for more than five years, and it was recently released for public view in Hawthorne, California, in 2019.



Credit: Peterson Automotive Museum

Tesla's Model 3 and Model X were two of the most anticipated vehicles in history. They were the first models that Tesla made available to the public and were also the first vehicles produced by Tesla Motors.

The new exhibit at the Tesla Museum showcases both of these prototypes and some other early versions of Tesla's cars.

The exhibit opens on November 20th, 2022, and will be housed on the first floor of the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, California.

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