Tesla has once again quietly pushed again its Cybertruck’s launch to subsequent 12 months, in accordance to Reuters. The automaker will reportedly start the electrical truck’s production by the top of the primary quarter of 2023 as an alternative of this 12 months. While Tesla has but to formally announce the delay, the Cybertruck’s order page eliminated a earlier reference to production in 2022. The design part of the web page beforehand learn “You shall be in a position to full your configuration as production nears in 2022.” Now, the sentence ends after the phrase “nears.”
Back in November, any person on Twitter requested firm chief Elon Musk for an replace on the Cybertruck. Musk responded that Tesla has been grappling with a “provide chain nightmare,” and that he’ll present extra updates in the course of the firm’s subsequent earnings name scheduled for January twenty sixth.
According to Reuters‘ supply, Tesla could have a restricted production of the Cybertruck at first earlier than rising its output. The firm unveiled the Cybertruck in 2019 at an enormous occasion, whereby Musk mentioned that production was slated to start in late 2021. During the corporate’s January 2021 earnings name, he mentioned Tesla solely expects a couple of deliveries in 2021 and for quantity production to begin in 2022. Later that 12 months, although, the corporate delayed the automobile’s launch to 2022.
Delays with Tesla releases do not come as a shock anymore, seeing as Musk is thought for saying timetables which are a bit too optimistic. Supply chain and element shortages led to by the pandemic might have additionally contributed to the delay, if Reuters‘ report seems to be true. We’ll discover out for certain when Tesla reveals its up to date product roadmap earlier than the month ends.