Tesla Cybertruck production delayed to 2022 – Heard of the new Telsa Cybertruck? Well if you had, this is something you probably need to hear. Fans and enthusiasts all over the world will have to wait for the production of the Telsa Cybertruck.
Tesla Cybertruck Production Delayed To 2022
Telsa’s Cybertruck, the company’s first electric pickup trucks production will be delayed until 2022. And this is according to the company’s pre-order page on the company website. According to the verge, this was first reported by Electrek, just below the ‘due today’ section of the Cybertruck order page now reads ‘you will able to complete your configuration as production nears in 2022.’ You should know that this only applies to the single, dual, and tri-motor versions of the said Cybertruck.
What Is the Cause of This Delay
For those persons following the news of the Cybertruck in recent years, this delay won’t come as a surprise. After the unveiling of Cybertruck’s in 2019 by Elon Musk, the CEO of Telsa, plans showed that the first roll off of the trucks will be in late 2021.
During Telsa’s fourth-quarter earnings call in January, CEO, Elon musk said that there were going to be a few deliveries of the Cybertruck towards the end of the year, but he is also expecting an increase in production in 2022.
During its second-quarter earnings call just last month. The company’s Vice president of vehicle engineering Lars Moravy said that the Cybertruck was at a point where the basic engineering of the architecture of the vehicle was finished. Also adding, he stated that it was now moving into the beta phase of Cybertruck later this year.
With that being said, it clearly shows that Cybertrucks will be shipping in 2021. And to confirm the situation, Telsa’s order page has confirmed the whole thing.