The Tesla Cybertruck is currently postponed until 2023.
According to the CEO Elon Musk, supply-chain bottlenecks have caused the Tesla Cybertruck and Roadster to be postponed until next year.
The Tesla Cybertruck is a sizable semi-truck designed for carrying cargo.
Originally scheduled to begin in 2021, Tesla's Austin, Texas Gigafactory recently stated that the debut has been postponed until 2023.
Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, stated this during a call with investors on Wednesday.
He said that the corporation was unable to move forward with the final manufacture of the vehicle models, including the Cybertruck and Roadster,
in time due to ongoing supply chain bottlenecks. He hoped that early manufacture of these cars would be possible the following year.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has officially confirmed that the Tesla Cybertruck will not be released until 2023 as originally planned.
This choice was adopted in order to ensure that all components are thoroughly tested
before production starts and due to the complexity of the systems integration required for the truck.
Even while Musk stated that preproduction of the entire Cybertruck development should begin by June of next year,
he also noted that it might take as long as two years to have the truck ready for sale.
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