Tesla Cybertruck 2023: Everything You Need To Know About Tesla Cybertruck 2023
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The Cybertruck pickup truck is set to finally enter mass production at the end of 2023, according to reports by Reuters on Tuesday. The Cybertruck pickup is now expected to enter early production in 2023, but its pricing and specifications are unknown after Tesla removed details of the Cybertruck from the Tesla website. The electric carmaker plans to begin full-scale production of Teslas Cybertruck by late 2023, according to a Reuters report.
The Tesla Cybertruck looks like it was dropped from the planet by some alien race, but has the ability to compete with every pickup truck on top-seller list.
In its best 3-motor/four-wheel-drive form, Teslas 2022 Cybertruck, the new Cybertruck can run for 500 miles on a single full charge, jump from standstill to 60 miles per hour in 2.9 seconds, and pull a 14,000-pound trailer.
The Tesla Cybertruck will start at $40,000 for a 2-motor, 2-wheel-drive model, and will set you back closer to $70,000 for a 3-motor, 4-wheel-drive Tesla Cybertruck. If you are a performance junkie and are a hardcore Tesla fan with cash to burn, then the pricier Cybertruck model might be a better option.
However, over the past year, Tesla has increased the prices on nearly all the vehicles Tesla sells, leaving us wondering whether this sub-$40k mark is really going to ever be an option on Cybertruck. During an announcement, Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced the new Cybertruck will start at $ 39,900, pre-incentives, making it relatively affordable.
Starting up its Cybertruck would give Tesla (TSLA.O) an EV entry into one of the more lucrative segments of the US market, and competition for EV pickups from companies such as Ford Motor Co. (F.N) and Rivian Automotive (RIVN.O), which both launched models in still limited numbers.
CEO Elon Musk said afterward Tesla is targeting a Cybertruck launch at the end of 2022, in a production facility in Gigafactory, Texas. The end of next year will be two full years behind Teslas initial goal of full-scale production for its Cybertruck, which Elon Musk originally unveiled in 2019.
CEO Elon Musk said this himself at Teslas most recent shareholders meeting, noting Tesla is expecting Cybertruck to be truly ready to start producing in mid-2023. The Tesla CEO did indeed say that the Model Y is being produced in limited quantities this year, with higher volumes the following year, but dodged the production question entirely.
Unfortunately, we simply do not know when the Cybertruck Tesla is going to be able to arrive at last, nor do we know what delays (and revelations about a new four-motor model) means for production plans of dual-motor and single-motor models.