Tesla Cybertruck: Its price and data sheet will change, Elon Musk admits

Inflation, war in Ukraine, COVID-19… A lot has changed since the presentation of Cybertruck in November 2019. Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, warns that the electric pickup will suffer from a rise in price. Its technical description will also be revised when it is released.

Cybertruck © Tesla

Elon Musk just made some interesting comments about the Tesla Cybertruck at Cyber ​​Roundup’s annual shareholder meeting on August 4th. Specifically, Tesla’s CEO said that the Cybertruck’s pricing and specifications will differ from what was announced when the pickup truck was unveiled three years ago.

Price increase and technical data sheet change for Cybertruck

Of course, this information should come as no surprise given how much has changed since the Cybertruck was introduced in 2019. The COVID-19 pandemic and factory lockdowns hit the world a few months later, causing supply chain disruptions and semiconductor shortages. and other details, and rising prices for just about everything.

Add to that the rampant inflation that much of the world is now experiencing and the military conflict in Ukraine, and there’s a good chance the Cybertruck’s price can’t go below $40,000, as Tesla originally announced in 2019.

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Here’s what Elon Musk had to say about Cybertruck pricing yesterday during a Q&A session with its shareholders.

“Prices for the Cybertruck were made public in 2019 and bookings were $99 at the time. A lot has changed since then, so features and prices will vary greatly. I hate to deliver such little bad news, but at the time we didn’t have the ability to anticipate inflation.”

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It’s not exactly a surprise. After all, Tesla removed Cybertruck pricing and specifications from its website in October 2021, so it’s clear there will be changes between now and the pickup’s release that aren’t expected until at least 2023. However, Musk assured the public that “the Cybertruck is going to be a damn good product” and “a damn good car” without providing further details about the upcoming changes. We just know that the design won’t change.

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