The long-awaited Tesla Cybertruck will finally start shipping.
Tesla’s e-pickup truck will finally start shipping next month.
In some of my previous articles, I’ve talked about all sorts of electric vehicles. You’ll find links to those at the end of this article.
But now let’s talk about the Tesla Cybertruck – it’s been a long wait, but this cool electric pickup is finally hitting the roads!
Now is the perfect time to embark on the path of electric vehicles. The entire industry is buzzing with innovation, and the latest electric vehicles are packed with more technology and features than ever before.
But let’s not kid ourselves, Tesla is still the undisputed champion of electric vehicles, and one of its models, the Tesla Cybertruck, has captured the hearts of all electric vehicle enthusiasts.
The history of this model has been a very complicated one: its release has been constantly delayed, which seemed to push the release date farther and farther into the future. It’s not exactly an ideal situation, but despite the setbacks, Tesla reports that more than a million eager fans have already reserved their very own Cybertruck.
And now, finally, the big news. The official release date has become known – deliveries of the Cybertruck will begin on November 30, 2023. Elon Musk himself confirmed this exciting news on Twitter during Tesla’s earnings call, and also provided some more juicy details.
Does this mean there will soon be millions of these futuristic, angular cars driving around our streets? Not quite. Musk gave a more modest figure during his earnings report.
Tesla plans to produce about 250,000 cyber trucks a year, but that won’t happen until 2024. Curiously, there is no mention of production plans for the coming year.
This poses an interesting conundrum for Tesla. Assuming that everyone who reserved a Cybertruck still wants to buy one – and remember, there’s no guarantee that the original $39,900 price tag in 2019 will still be valid – that means those at the back of the queue might not get one until 2028. That’s quite a long time, to say the least.
The price tag also creates a potential problem for a cyber truck. Other automakers are rolling out their electric pickups starting in 2019, with the Ford F-150 Lightning being a notable contender among them. The Lightning is priced at $49,995, which is slightly higher than Tesla’s original price. Thus, the Cybertruck’s original price seems simply ridiculous.
But will Tesla be able to maintain that price in the ever-changing world of 2023? The world is not going through the best of times, and continuing to offer the Cybertruck at its pre-crisis price is a perfectly reasonable decision. The price tag may well undergo some changes.
Whatever happens, one thing is for sure – we will keep a close eye on the developments as the release date approaches.
And you can rest assured that we’ll be scanning the streets for these distinctive, angular EVs when they start appearing for sale.
It’s an exciting time for electric vehicles, and Cybertruck is about to add another jolt of electricity to the mix.
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Tesla’s Cybertruck will finally start shipping next month.