Along with hovering abilities, which are practically unbelievable, Musk also tweeted that the car would "basically accelerate at the limit of human endurance."
He reiterated this wasn't any kind of joke and confirmed that Tesla will employ SpaceX's "cold gas thruster system with ultra high-pressure air in a composite over-wrapped pressure vessel in place of the 2 rear seats."
When SpaceX package will be released?
Going by Musk's comment and history of doing the unbelievable (like launching the same car in space), we can definitely expect a hovering Roadster in the future.
But, as of now, there's no saying when the company might actually bring this version into the market.
Notably, Tesla plans to launch the standard $200,000 version of Roadster by 2020.