Well, if you’re the “not in 2022” person in your local Tesla Cybertruck production betting pool, congratulations because you just won. Reuters confirmed on Thursday That Cybertruck production is being pushed back to early 2023, despite the company previously saying it would start work by the end of 2022.
Now, if you’re someone who regularly follows Tesla news (and you’re reading this, I assume you are), then this shouldn’t register as any sort of surprise. Tesla is famous for missing its own deadlines, and that’s usually the case with cars that don’t look like a rejected design. Film Tango and Cash. rv from hell to,
According to a Reuters source, Tesla’s delay is because it wants to change the truck’s features and functions to “make it a compelling product as competition in the segment increases.” In the section by competition, they are referring to the possibility of HR Giger ,, , Hummer EV and – none of these are the same size
The question now is whether Tesla will stick to this new deadline of the end of the first quarter of 2023 or if it will continue to push back, as we’ve seen with the Roadster and Semi. We will ask Tesla for its opinion on the matter, but Tesla does not operate a public relations department to request comment.