Cybertruck from Tesla will go on sale in mid-2023.

Tesla’s Cybertruck, announced at an event in November 2019, will go on sale in mid-2023. This was stated by Elon Musk during a conference call with investors after the announcement of financial results for the second quarter of 2022. This is the most accurate date given by the company’s CEO since its original launch.

Tesla’s goal was to put the Cybertruck up for sale. by the end of 2021, but in August of that year, the company announced a delay until 2022. Then, during a conference call with investors on Q4 2021 results in January 2022, Musk said there would be a further delay until 2023. The reason is that the only way to continue to produce so many Model 3s and Models and try to meet demand is to avoid any complications on the production lines.

If we introduce new cars, the total number of cars produced annually will decrease, so we will not start releasing new car models this year,” Tesla CEO explained. He also explains that another issue is that people may not want to pay for all of Cybertruck’s technology, and so they need to find ways to lower the cost, and therefore the final selling price.

Cybertruck will appear in 2023, but we do not know the price.

After announcing that the Cybertruck will go on sale in mid-2023, we have a slightly more specific date of course, but we don’t know the price yet. The starting price of the cheapest version will be 39,900 euros. But more often than not, they start with the most expensive vehicle options.

As with the Model 3, the cheaper Cybertruck will go on sale when Tesla manages to stabilize the truck’s performance. And once they do, they are unlikely to be able to offer it for less than 40,000 euros.

Pickup trucks are among the most popular vehicles in the United States, and the Ford F-150 has completely dominated the market for 40 years. In fact, it is the best-selling car in the country. Tesla took a completely different path in terms of designing its Cybertruck, trying to radically stand out from everything already on the market.

The Cybertruck is equipped with a cold-rolled stainless steel “exoskeleton” that requires a monstrous 8,000-ton machine. It does not require painting and is impact resistant even with heavy hammers, as shown in the presentation. Elon Musk explained that the truck’s design is inspired by the Blade Runner cars, but the fact that it’s a completely different vehicle requires some serious production challenges.

In recent months, there have been minor but significant changes to the prototypes, including wheels, corners, mirrors and even wipers. Musk also talked about improvements, including four motors and rear wheel steering. For now, the Cybertruck should not be sold in Europe, but only in the US, Canada and Mexico.

Tesla is going through a period of massive growth when it can’t keep up with the demand for its cars. “We don’t have a demand problem, we have a production problem,” he explained at an investor conference.

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