Why The Tesla Cybertruck Is No Longer Worth The Wait
This article discusses why the Tesla Cybertruck is no longer worth the wait, and suggests that it will not be available until late 2023.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk said that the company would begin Tesla Cybertruck production at its Gigafactory in Texas,
but those plans have now been put on the back burner in order to start production for Ford's electric pickup.
Recent comments from Elon Musk indicate that production of the Tesla Cybertruck is now targeting a start in late 2023.
This is an unwelcome delay for those who have been waiting patiently as early bird customers,
with the CEO having already suggested several times in the past few years that production and first deliveries were beginning soon.
It appears that the available information suggests that Tesla may not be able to keep their hands on the track to meet this timeline.
Last year, Musk declared that volume production was due to begin by late 2021 a timeline which now seems unlikely. With this in mind, it is understandable why
many are no longer willing to wait and see when production will actually begin.
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