The Tesla Cybertruck is Coming SOONER Than We Thought
Manufacturing of the 2024 Tesla Cybertruck is anticipated to kick off this summer; however, the amount of vehicles produced is going to be tiny, as elucidated by Elon Musk, Tesla's CEO, during a call with investors to declare the fourth-quarter earnings of 2022.
According to the financial statement from Tesla, the Cybertruck will commence its assembly in the US "towards the end of this year". Furthermore, the company announced that it will be revealing details about its next-gen car platform on the first of March. Musk and the CFO mentioned that the machinery for the Texas factory is being put in place as of now, with the start of production being planned for the beginning of summer. However, Musk warned that the start of production is a gradual process and cautioned against putting too much trust in it.
Elon Musk's ambitious 2024 Tesla Cybertruck will be available in limited quantities this year, providing an exciting glimpse of the future of electric pickups. With a unique design and groundbreaking technology, this vehicle is sure to make a big impact in the automotive industry. Elon Musk has undoubtedly set the bar high with the Cybertruck, and its limited availability this year means that only a select few will get to experience it firsthand.