Thursday night at the highly publicized reveal of the Tesla Semi truck, Elon Musk and his Tesla colleagues had a surprise up their sleeves. At the event that had been hyped as an event solely to show off the new Semi, the Roadster 2.0 made a surprise appearance.

Tesla bills the car as, “The quickest car in the world, with record-setting acceleration, range and performance.” The “all-electric supercar” can accelerate from 0 miles per hour to 60 in under two seconds and at its top speed it can reach top speeds of more than 250 mph with a 620 mile range per charge. The vehicle also features 10,000 Newton meters of torque and a glass roof.

Tesla originally came out with a Roadster nearly a decade ago, but it never really took off. Now the new version is making waves. The sleek looking car will be the most expensive of all of Tesla’s offerings. Just reserving the car will cost quite a bundle for buyers. The vehicle costs what a large home in some parts of the United States would cost.

What’s the difference between the Tesla Founders Series Roadster and the Roadster?

The Founders Series Roadsters are the first 1,000 vehicles of that model that the company will make. The regular Roadster will be one of the vehicles produced after that 1,000 car mark.

What’s the price of the new Roadster?

The Founders Roadster will set you back $250,000, while the regular Roadster will cost $200,000.

How to reserve a Tesla Roadster:

Tesla is now taking reservations for the Roadster. Depending on whether you want the Founders Series or the regular Roadster you’ll have to shell out quite a bit of money, almost immediately after making your reservation. Both vehicles require a $5,000 credit card payment immediately upon making a reservation. For the Founders Series, those who wish to buy one of the vehicles then have to wire $245,000 to Tesla within 10 days of the first payment of $5,000. For the regular Roadster, this wire transfer must be for $45,000 within 10 days. The reservation isn’t final until Tesla has both payments, according to its website.

Despite the big price tag, some people on Twitter were already saying they wanted to buy one of the new cars.

People were even coming up with financial plans for themselves to follow.