May 17, 2022

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La Cybertruck de Tesla es uno de los vehículos más esperados en la industria desde su lanzamiento en noviembre de 2019.

New report reveals Cybertruck production for 2023

the Tesla Cybertruck wild style It may be delayed againAccording to a new report by Reuters. This will delay the production deadline for the electric truck, which means it will start four years after its unveiling if this new date holds.

Tesla Cybertruck. / Photo: Courtesy Tesla.

According to a source familiar with the matter, who spoke to Reuters, Cybertruck will be delayed until at least the first quarter of 2023And Nearly a year and a half after Tesla’s initial delivery estimates. It is said that production will continue to be subject to intensification, which means that assembly may begin in limited numbers before it peaks.

Electronic truck production delays

This news may come as no surprise to those who have been anxiously waiting for their $100 Cybertruck deposit to become a real deal, which Tesla says will start at $39,900. The automaker first promised that the Cybertruck will roll off the production lines early in 2021, with its older, three-engine truck joining the lineup the following year. By August 2021, Tesla had quietly moved all Cybertruck products to 2022 via a sponsored note on its booking page.

Picture of the charging area of ​​the Tesla Cybertruck
With its fanciful looks, Tesla’s Cybertruck is a strong contender for the Ford F-150 Lightning, an all-electric pickup that still holds its title as America’s best-selling car. / Photo: Tesla Courtesy of Tesla

Model Y as a priority for Tesla

A few days before the change of site, Tesla’s Vice President of Vehicle Engineering, Lars Morave, announced that Cybertruck would not take precedence over the increase in production of the Model Y at Gigafactories in Texas and Berlin, Germany. Recent reports indicate that Giga Texas recently started preparing its production lines for assembly of the Model Y, which means the Cybertruck is still far from being built.

The lack of chips may be the reason for the delay in production

The real reason for the delay is still not publicly known. It is not clear if production has been delayed due to pending completion of the Gigafactory Texas, or if it could be related to The global shortage of semiconductors and current manufacturing challenges. Perhaps more realistically, Tesla’s new ultra-high-density 4680 battery cells may not be ready for prime time yet, which means the automaker will have to act before the heavy-duty truck can catch up with set outreach goals.

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