Tesla’s Cybertruck pickup production postponed to 2022

Tesla had announced the delay in the production of its latest Cybertruck electric pickup shifted from 2019 to 2022 that reportedly possessed millions of registrations in advance. The EV manufacturer unfurled its new electric pickup truck in 2019 and since then the company has been working to bring forth the electric pickup by the end of 2021.

Tesla had announced the delay in the production of its latest Cybertruck electric pickup shifted from 2019 to 2022 that reportedly possessed millions of registrations in advance. The EV manufacturer unfurled its new electric pickup truck in 2019 and since then the company has been working to bring forth the electric pickup by the end of 2021.

However, the wait is still on for the customers who are waiting eagerly for the final launch wherein Tesla has presented footnotes on Cybertruck’s order page unveiling the configuration availability by the start of 2022.

The delay has been ruled out for all three variants of the Cybertruck. Initially, Tesla had announced the early arrival of- pickup trucks, Dual Motor and Tri-Motor.

The reasons for this inadvertent delay had been clearly cited by the company. Tesla finished the engineering design of the Cybertruck recently”, added the Electrek report. Tesla owner Elon Musk has earlier stated that “The EV maker will have to face challenges to bring the electric pickup truck into production `because of features like the steel exoskeleton body which may require a new manufacturing process.”

As per the financial reports released by Tesla last month, it said that the production of the Cybertruck will start at the Texas Gigafactory just after the production of Model Y is completed which will commence by the end of the year. The Electrek report further added that Tesla has recorded about one million reservations for the latest model Cybertruck.

Several other automakers are now raising initiatives to bring forth the evolutionary EV models in the US market. EV manufacturer Rivian has postponed the production of its R1T electric pickup truck to September from the initial production date of July. On the other hand, General Motors hope to bring the Hummer EV to the market by the end of this fiscal year whereas Ford desires to launch F150 Lighting next year.

Source Auto Hindustan Times
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