Photo: Tesla / Tesla Cybertruck introduced back in 2019
Production of the Tesla Cybertruck is constantly postponed. This is due to the desire to refine the design of the pickup truck.
The launch of the production of the Tesla Cybertruck was postponed again. The Tesla electric pickup truck will be put on the assembly line of the company in Texas in March 2023. This is reported by Reuters, citing its sources in the company.
Representatives of Tesla reported that the next delay is due to the refinement of the Cybertruck design and changes in a number of its characteristics and functions. Thus, they want to make the Tesla pickup truck more competitive.
The production model is slightly different from the concept car
It also became known that initially, in the first quarter of 2023, a limited batch of electric cars will be released, and only then they will switch to mass production.
Recall that the start date of the Tesla Cybertruck assembly is not postponed for the first time. Initially, at the presentation of the pickup truck in 2019, Elon Musk said that it would be produced from 2021. Meanwhile, the model already has competitors from Ford, Rivian, Chevrolet, and Hummer.
The serial Tesla Cybertruck pickup truck is currently undergoing testing. The car has been repeatedly photographed by paparazzi and the photo shows the differences from the concept car.
Among the available options is an ATV
Recall that the Tesla Cybertruck electric car costs from $39,990 to $69,990. The huge 5.8-meter pickup truck has a non-standard chopped design, and its body and windows are armored.
The top version of the pickup truck is equipped with four motors and is capable of accelerating to 100 km / h in 2.9 seconds and driving 800 km without recharging. It is equipped with an air suspension and steerable rear wheels, and among the available options, there will even be an ATV.
Tesla has set a record for car sales in 2021. The company has sold almost a million electric cars.