The final design of the Tesla Cybertruck has been chosen. Elon Musk has confirmed that production of the electric pickup is the next step. It could start from mid-2023. The Cybertruck should soon hit the roads.
The launch of the Tesla Cybertruck is getting closer. After being postponed several times, the electric pickup should be released in 2023. Indeed, its development is progressing well. It hasn’t gone into production yet, but Elon Musk has just confirmed that Cybertruck design is ” finally locked “. Its design has received many changes, but we now have confirmation that it is final.
The Tesla Cybertruck was first announced in 2019. Tesla had to delay its production several times for different reasons. Instead of starting production at the end of 2021 to release it in 2022, Tesla had pushed production back to 2022. The automaker preferred to focus on production of the Model Y at the Gigafactory in Austin, Texas. Eventually, production of the Cybertruck was delayed once again to 2023. Incidentally, reservations for the electric pickup closed in many countries following an influx of orders.
Elon Musk admitted to getting carried away with the Cybertruck design changes
During an interview with the Tesla Owners Silicon Valley club, Elon Musk discussed several things, including the Tesla Cybertruck. Speaking of production of the Cybertruckhe said that “ we have to get on with it “. He then added that: at least the design is locked down. We got too carried away with the design changes “.
However, it wasn’t the design changes that held the Cybertruck up. The CEO of Tesla has confirmed that production of the electric pickup could not have started this year due to the shortage of electric chips. He estimates that production of the Cybertruck will finally begin in mid-2023. Besides, we do not know if the final design of the Cybertruck corresponds to the prototype that we saw in January with its wipers, mirrors and handles.
Finally, the Tesla Cybertruck is probably the most anticipated electric vehicle with its futuristic design. Elon Musk himself said during the interview that this is the vehicle he will drive when launched.