Since it was officially announced in 2019, the new Tesla Cybertruck trucks have become one of the most examples of technology integration in transportation, and at the time it was officially announced two years ago, many circumstances caused the postponement of industrial production on a large scale.
Citing Specialized Media, production of the Cybertruck, the automaker’s first electric pickup truck, has been postponed until 2022 according to its order page on the company’s website. First noted by Electrek, under the “Due Today” section of the Cybertruck order page, it reads “You will be able to complete your own composition as production approaches in 2022.” This seems to apply to the single- and three-engine versions of the car.
According to sources, the delay is not a big surprise to those who follow the news of Cybertruck closely. They expected it, especially when Tesla CEO Elon Musk unveiled it in 2019, the plan called for the first Cybertrucks to be launched from the assembly line in late 2021. January During Tesla’s fourth-quarter earnings call, Musk said there will be “a few Cybertruck deliveries toward the end of this year, but I expect production to be in 2022.”
And Elon Musk had revealed, during a tweet on his account on the social networking site Twitter, at the end of 2019 that 200,000 people had booked to get the Cybertruck for an initial price of up to 40,000 US dollars.