Something to look forward to: Back in November last year, Tesla unveiled its upcoming $200,000 Roadster. The company claims that with a 0 - 60 mph time of 1.9 seconds, it will be the "fastest production car ever." Now, the firm has released a video of the EV's first test rides, showing the effects that kind of acceleration has on people.

Going from a stationary position to 60 miles an hour in under two seconds elicits a similar response from most passengers, which is to use the words "Holy" and "God" in combination with some other phrases, most of them explicit.

Tesla's Model S P100D is no slouch itself, able to do 0 - 60 in 2.5 seconds while in ludicrous mode. Some owners have managed to get that time even lower, but the Roadster still has it beat.

Other stats include a 0 - 100 time of 4.2 seconds, and it can do a standing quarter mile in 8.8 seconds. And while some EV's top speeds aren't as impressive as their acceleration, the Roadster can reach over 250 mph---not too far off Koenigsegg's Agera RS hypercar, which one driver took to 277.9 mph.

Other impressive specs include a 200 kWh battery that will offer around 630 miles of highway driving, four seats, three motors, all-wheel drive, and torque steering.

$200,000 is a pretty steep price to pay for a car, but it's a lot cheaper than the Koenigsegg Agera RS' approximate $2.1 million price tag, or the £2.7 million you'd pay for a Bugatti Chiron. If you're determined to own the quickest EV out there, the Roadster will be available sometime during 2020.