The Tesla Cybertruck’s rumored mass production launch date of late 2023, slated for the second quarter of last year, has been pushed back. Musk said production would begin “sometime this summer” but stated that total production wouldn’t commence until the following year.
The Tesla Gigafactory in Austin, Texas, will likely build the Cybertruck. Installation of equipment for production, like foundries and body shops for general assembly, has already begun.
The building of Cybertruck has been put off before. Due to COVID-19, it was necessary to delay the original intention to begin production in late 2021. According to what Musk said to investors last year, the Cybertruck’s specs and price will change.
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The fact that the Tesla Cybertruck will take longer to make could mean that it will come out after the market for electric trucks is already full. EVs like the F-150 Lightning, Rivian R1T, and RAM 1500 could become more popular. The Cybertruck will have to compete with many more vehicles than if it had come out.
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