Announced back in 2019, the Cybertruck was originally set for release in 2021, but after a delay, the vehicle is now set to launch sometime in 2023. Musk also issued an apology for the delay of the highly-anticipated Cybertruck. The look at the production model reveals that much of the car’s concept is retained but the handles have been removed, settling on an automatic opening system.
The Tesla Cybertruck will be manufactured at the Texas Gigafactory, which is now expected to become the “highest volume” car factory in America. Musk went on to note plans to open more Gigafactories around the world to scale up production, to a scale that “no company has ever achieved in the history of humanity,” and ensure shipment of its vehicles is environmentally friendly. Ending the presentation by teasing that Tesla will be releasing a “massive wave of new products” soon.
Watch Elon Musk’s Tesla Cybertruck 2023 launch date announcement above.
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