Tesla Cybertruck isn’t entering mass production until 2024

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The Tesla Cybertruck, after multiple delays, will finally be entering mass production in 2024.

Axar.az informs that as reported by Engadget, on the latest earnings call for Tesla, CEO Elon Musk confirmed that the Cybertruck won’t be entering mass production until next year. Musk said that the truck should begin production at some point this summer but that customers can’t expect many to roll off the production line this year.

He still expects manufacturing to kick off “sometime this summer,” but warned that output would be “very slow” early on. Tesla is still in the midst of installing assembly equipment.

The electric car manufacturer’s first crack at a pickup truck was first unveiled in November 2019. The futuristic-looking vehicle quickly generated buzz and pre-orders from buyers eager to get their hands on the strange but interesting vehicle. However, the truck has faced multiple delays and likely will end up in a different price range than was originally promised.

2023.01.29 / 14:59
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