Tesla Roadster arrives at Petersen Museum for two week exhibit [Photos & Video]

Tesla’s next-gen Roadster prototype arrived last night for its two-week exhibit at the Petersen Museum in Los Angeles.

The Roadster will be on display until June 2 at the same place where the Cybertruck prototype was put on display last year. The first viewing times opened at 10:00am this morning, and there is already a video of the bright red Roadster on YouTube.

Tickets can still be purchased on their website for $16 each for adults, $11 each for children 4-17, and $14 for seniors (62+).

There is also an option for an “after hours experience” ticket package. For $45 you get special after-hours access from 6:00pm to 8:00pm, as well as a few other perks.

“Includes special after-hours exhibition access (6pm -8pm pst), access to the museum 2nd floor exhibitions, complimentary parking, and a limited-edition lanyard.”

UPDATE: As the exhibit has been open for a few hours now, more pictures have been shared online.

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