Tesla planned to launch the Cybertruck in late 2021. Will the company stick by the timeline?
it is no exaggeration to say the Cybertruck market entry will be a great event. It is one of the most anticipated vehicles in recent years.
Tesla has already started U.S. deliveries of the Model Y crossover, ahead of schedule, but what about the Cybertruck?
The coronavirus crisis has basically shut down the world, and nobody can be sure of the plans and the terms.
Tesla set a rather aggressive timeline for the Cybertruck release. It was unveiled in November 2019. The ambition was to go from a prototype to a series production car in two years. Deliveries are due to begin in late 2021.
Before this, Tesla has to find a location for production, to construct a factory and to organize a fully new manufacturing process.
No other vehicle has more than half a million reservations!
Customers, who made pre-orders, have reason to worry, but, at the same time, they should be aware that the COVID-19 will affect many new vehicle launches, not just the Cybertruck.
Will the Tesla Cybertruck arrival be postponed? It is possible.