Tesla CEO Elon Musk hinted in a tweet that the new Roadster may be able to "fly short hops." Will Goodman, Managing Editor at Rockets are Cool, joins Cheddar to talk about what technology the Roadster would need in order to pull that off. He says Tesla is actually tapping into the technology used on the rockets of Musk's other company, SpaceX. However, he doesn't think we'll see flying cars anytime soon. Goodman says there are a lot more hurdles than people even think when talking about having cars lift off above the ground. But Musk is doing what he does best: teasing some extraordinary things. Goodman says all the projects the billionaire is working on may seem out of the realm of possibility, but somehow they end up happening. When it comes to the Roadster, Goodman says the car and its speed is incredible but expensive...clocking in at 250 mph and $250,000. One of the main components of selling this car is showmanship and Elon Musk sure knows how to master that. As society moves towards this "space-age technology" it will be all about the presentation to sell it. What's the future focus for Musk? Goodman thinks we are going to see all of his companies come together to collaborate on technology. SpaceX, Tesla, The Boring Company...all will start having a purpose to serve each other. That way, as long as 2 of the 3 companies are doing well, one can have a fault.