Clients may have Tesla Cybertruck Those who were hoping to drive their future truck along the highway this year have to wait until at least 2023, according to a report. digitartlend Technical.
A source said that the latest delay in several delays resulted from the engineers’ modification in the design Cybertruck, with the first production targeting for the first quarter of next year.
This claim is backed up by a recent change it made Tesla To text on a product page Cybertruck Where he removed the year from the message, “You will be able to complete your configuration as production approaches in 2022,” it now reads You will be able to complete your configuration as production approaches.”
Was expected to start Tesla Large-scale production of truck Cybertruck fully electric by the end of 2021, but in August, the date was pushed back to early 2022.
Tesla has not yet revealed the reason – or reasons – for the delay, although a Reuters source points to design changes to the car that a global shortage of chips has also likely affected production – something that CEO Elon Musk has hinted at. Tesla In a tweet in November, while the problems may be at the Texas plant tasked with building Cybertruck factor too.
Attention now turns to the earnings call Tesla On January 26, when the CEO is expected to present Elon Musk An updated product roadmap for the automaker.
It’s estimated that Tesla has received more than 1 million pre-orders for the Cybertruck right now, and customers are required to pay a $100 refundable deposit for their place in line, as Teslas online store is still accepting orders.
Musk said last summer that the truck “looks like it was made by aliens from the future” and that its strange design meant there was “some chance it might break down.” Cybertruck“.
But rather than design, the patience it has with some customers may be waning, especially as rival automakers move closer to releasing their own electric, albeit conventional, pickups, which may tempt some to switch.
The Tesla describes the truck Cybertruck “Better utility than a higher-performance truck than a sports car, the electric truck is available in three versions with prices ranging from $39,900 to $69,900 depending on features like the number of electric motors, towing capacity and range.”