Tesla again delays Cybertruck production start: Report

Production of Tesla Cybertruck has suffered some delays in the past.

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January 14, 2022 09:22 AM

File photo of Tesla Cybertruck.

Tesla Cybertrack The start of the first production round may have been delayed again. The Tesla Cybertruck, which was first exhibited worldwide in November 2019, is packed with purchase orders, despite great expectations for an electric vehicle that claims to have the power of a pickup but the performance of a sports car. So far we have not been able to reach the production line.

Reuters’ report, citing sources, highlights how the Tesla Cybertruck’s first production schedule was postponed to 2023. Until recently, Tesla was expected to begin producing electric pickups at its latest Texas facility by the end of this calendar. The same report has sources attributed to the fact that Tesla wants to update certain features of Cybertruck to make it an attractive option for buyers. Cybertruck was first exhibited.

Even if Cybertruck has not yet officially participated in the battle, there is a fierce battle in the electric pickup space. GM drives a Hummer EV and Ford is equipped with an F-150 electric. Next are the Chevrolet Silverado EV and the Rivian R1T.

But Tesla CEO Elon Musk has repeatedly talked about the potential to dominate Cybertruck and its segments. Cybertruck may be offered in multiple variations with different battery packs and motors. The EV is expected to provide a charging range of approximately 1,000 km with its maximum capacity. It also has a payload of 3,500 pounds and can fire up to 100 km / h in 6.5 seconds.

It may be a capable electric car, but it’s undeniable that the Tesla Cybertruck has kept the world waiting for quite some time. It will be interesting to see now if there are any further delays in production.

First edition publication date: January 14, 2022 9:22 am IST Tesla again delays Cybertruck production start: Report

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