The 2020 Tesla Roadster may not arrive with a targa top as first shown. CEO Elon Musk took to Twitter to announce the future battery-electric sports car will get a hardtop roof.

Musk replied to a Twitter user who asked for a hard-top convertible with the 2020 Roadster. In his response, the CEO simply said, “New Roadster will have that.”

It’s unclear if Musk envisions the hardtop as an option alongside the targa-top roof, or if the hardtop will be the only option. Targa tops are quite different from full convertibles. With the former, only a section of the roof is removable to expose the driver and passenger seats to the open air. A convertible drops the entire roof for open-air motoring.

However, Tesla has many other pressing issues at hand. A financial analysis showed the company burns through at least $6,500 a minute and Musk recently turned down questions in an earnings phone call after calling them “boring boneheaded” questions and said they’re “not cool.” Tesla shares tumbled falling the call.

Meanwhile, Tesla is working to produce 5,000 Model 3 sedans per week at its California factory. Thus far, the company hasn’t built more than 2,800 Model 3s in one week. Add in the fact that Tesla Semi production is slated to start next year and things look awfully chaotic.

Yet, the electric-car maker has promised it won’t need to raise new funding this year, despite a negative free cash flow.