The Magneto Tesla Electric Longboard, Also Known As The Tesla 'Model R'

The Magneto Tesla Electric Longboard, Also Known As The Tesla 'Model R'

Here at Revel, we're quite the matchmakers! February's Board of the Month pairs up Revel & Magneto Boards to make the perfect couple.

Magneto Tesla Electric Longboard

Magneto Tesla Revel Electric Skateboard

No, this Tesla isn't self-driving...but it is complemented with Revel's innovative e-skate technology good enough for Elon Musk to ride!

This futuristic deck displays dark geometric patterns surrounding a sparking plasma globe. 

No need to stop at those charging stations! With Revel's swappable batteries, you get more ride time and less hassle.

Get ready to carve hard and ride fast, no matter your skill level.

Magneto Tesla with HyperDrive Wheels


  • Top Speed: Up to 28mph with standard Revel 90mm wheels.
  • Battery Options:
    • Standard Range, up to10 mi / 16 Km
    • Extended Range, up to 15 mi / 24 Km
  • Charge Time: 120-180 minutes
  • IP Rating: Water & Dust Resistant (IP 54)
  • Deck Dimensions: 35" Length x 9" Width
  • Wheelbase: 23"
  • Shape: Angled Nose with Kick-Tail + Wheel Flares
  • Canadian Maple
  • Bushing Options: 88A (Soft), 91A (Medium), or 94A (Hard) 


What Makes This Setup Unique?

Similar in size and shape to the Loaded Omakase, this setup can do it all! The short length and ample kicktail make it versatile and maneuverable, while the stiff deck makes it extremely stable at high speeds.  

The Tesla also features aggressive wheel flares on both ends of the board. Feel confident in your deepest carves, with the flares providing a natural point for your feet to lock onto the top of the deck.

The Tesla can also be customized with the Hyperdrive 90mm wheels in the Ice White colorway for a stark contrast against the black graphic. Designed to handle the biggest cracks and roughest roads, there will be smooth sailing no matter where you go! 


Are you ready to ride? Customize your Tesla today :-)


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