Shh, if you listen closely, you can hear the heartbeat of the Tesla Cybertruck. Somehow, this electric truck is clinging to life despite having a weak pulse. Elon Musk is still working on the Tesla Cybertruck, which could enter production soon.
We are concerned about the Tesla Cybertruck because, after multiple delays, it seemed like it might not make it. However, according to Inside EVs, it’s not time for the Cybertruck to let go. Elon Musk recently provided comments about the truck’s future roadmap reveal.
But don’t get your hopes up too high. Musk shared that the Cybertruck is still a long way off. Entering production by 2023 is just a hopeful goal. This is disappointing news for Tesla fans that are tired of waiting.
Those who have been waiting for the Cybertruck are seeing people accept deliveries of the Rivian R1T. Plus, the 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning is about to hit the streets. New options like the Chevy Silverado EV and Ram 1500 EV are in the works too.
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Elon Musk points to the demand for current Tesla vehicles as a reason for Tesla Cybertruck delays. Tesla can’t succeed if it focuses on future vehicles instead of existing options.
Musk shared these concerns during a recent speech to factory workers during the official grand opening of the new Tesla Gigafactory in Germany. He also danced, acted silly, and took the time to sign autographs in his usual fashion.
Does this mean that he’s taking the Tesla Cybertruck seriously? At least he took the time to attempt to clarify the Cybertruck situation. Tesla will try to finish Cybertruck development by the end of 2022. Then hopefully, the truck will enter production by 2023.
People are dealing with a potential four-year wait for the Cybertruck, if not longer. Plus, it seems like there’s more interest in current vehicles and meeting demand that Tesla is struggling to keep up with.