The Tesla Cybertruck electric car was supposed to be put on the conveyor back in 2021, but the start of its production is constantly being postponed. In 2023, the pickup will finally go into production.
The first Tesla Cybertrucks will roll off the assembly line and be delivered to customers in mid-2023. This was stated by Elon Musk during an Internet conference with Tesla shareholders, the Carscoops website reports.
Tesla Cybertruck pickup as a concept The car was presented back in 2019 and was originally planned to start its production in 2021. However, the start of production was constantly delayed for a number of reasons.
Firstly, the completion of the Tesla Cybertruck was delayed – the final production version of the pickup truck was approved only a few months ago. Secondly, Tesla's new gigafactory in Texas, where the model will be produced, has just recently been launched. In addition, the coronavirus pandemic and the shortage of automotive microchips played a role.
The Tesla Cybertruck electric car is offered in several versions with one, two and four motors. The top version will be able to accelerate to 100 km/h in 2.9 seconds and travel 800 km without recharging.