Tesla: Cybertruck deliveries will finally start next summer

After several successive delays, Tesla has announced that deliveries of the Cybertruck will finally be able to begin next summer.

Will we finally be able to drive Tesla’s long-awaited all-electric pickup truck next summer? The answer is yes, according to Elon Musk. The firm’s big boss just confirmed this during a call to investors, assuring that “the company is finally planning to deliver the first Cybertrucks from the middle of next year.” This development should be taken into account, since Tesla has always delayed delivery dates for its electric pickups before this.

The firm has indeed accumulated significant delays in the delivery of almost all models of its range. The Cybertruck was announced in 2021 but was eventually pushed back to 2022. But in 2022, the pickup was again delayed for another year. Thus, Elon Musk for the first time indicates the exact schedule for the Cybertruck, the deliveries of which will arrive exactly next summer.

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Tesla announces cybertrucks for summer 2023

Cybertruck from Tesla will noticeably retain its atypical look, as Elon Musk said in an interview on YouTube. Its angular design is quite extravagant but also makes it one of its main features. It was this odd design that made shipping this Cybertruck difficult. Tesla even had a few issues with making its oddly angular design safe for real-world use.

The electric pickup truck was obviously too tall for tunnels, too wide for parking lots and garages, and even too big for European streets. Then the Covid pandemic hit and Tesla had a few issues at the Gigafactory. This is why some X, Y or S models have also experienced numerous delivery delays. In any case, all these delivery problems should be history. Indeed, next summer you will be able to meet the first Tesla Cybertrucks.

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