No, the Tesla Semi does not have a sleeper.
The Tesla Semi is a fully electric semi-truck that was unveiled by Tesla in November 2017.
It is designed for long-haul transportation and features a range of up to 500 miles on a single charge,
as well as advanced safety features such as automatic emergency braking and lane departure warnings.
The Tesla Semi's cab is designed to be spacious and comfortable for the driver, but it does not include a sleeper area.
Instead, the cab is intended for the driver to rest while the truck is charging.
The first 100 Tesla Semi Electric Truck models were recently ordered by PepsiCo, and deliveries started in December.
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