Tesla delays Cybertruck production to early 2023, report claims

Tesla’s Cybertruck goes to be late. Sure, much more late than you thought.

Based on Reuters, the corporate has delayed preliminary manufacturing of its futuristic SUV to early 2023. The report cites one individual accustomed to Tesla’s plans.

Reuters’ supply claims the delay is occurring as Tesla is altering “options and capabilities” of the Cybertruck to raised compete with different SUVs within the electrical automobile phase. These embrace the lately launched Rivian’s R1T and Ford’s upcoming F-150 Lightning.

The Cybertruck was unveiled in 2019, and manufacturing was initially scheduled to start in 2021, which was later delayed to late 2022. Based on the report, Tesla now plans to make a restricted manufacturing of the Cybertruck within the first quarter of 2023, after which improve manufacturing output later within the yr.


Tesla removes all hints about Cybertruck timing from web site

The report comes days after Tesla eliminated all mentions of Cybertruck manufacturing beginning in 2022 from its web site. The positioning now merely states that patrons will be capable of full their configuration “as manufacturing nears.”

With Tesla missing a PR division, the one supply for information on the Cybertruck is CEO Elon Musk. The very last thing he tweeted on the topic was a reply in December 2021 to a recognizing of the Cybertruck at Tesla’s take a look at observe in Fremont, calling it “CGI IRL” (CGI means computer-generated imagery, and IRL means “in actual life”). Musk is predicted to disclose extra in regards to the Cybetruck manufacturing begin throughout the firm’s earnings name, scheduled for January 26.


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