The manufacturer is working on improvements to the Tesla Cybertruck and is going to put the model into production at the end of the first quarter of 2023, according to the latest information, that may still change, of course.
Production of the Tesla Cybertruck is pushed back once again. This time, we’ve heard of “early 2023”, previously – of late 2022, and initially, the vehicle was set to enter production in late 2021.
GM Authority informs, with reference to Reuters, that Tesla is allegedly making updates to the Cybertruck for the pickup to be competitive against the increasing number of rivals from other brands.
Since the company plans to give up a single motor variant, dual-, tri- and quad-motor versions of the model will be available, according to Tesla CEO.
Initial production will focus on the Cybertruck with a four-motor setup, the most expensive one that offers independent, ultra-fast response torque control of each wheel.