The manufacturer planned to put the Tesla Cybertruck into production in late 2021, but has removed the model’s production timeline from its website.
Production of the Tesla Cybertruck is delayed and should happen this year instead of the originally slated end of 2021, Car and Driver reports.
It might seem to be okay and quite predictable, but now we’ve stopped understanding when we should wait for customer deliveries of the electric pickup. We believe it will be the year 2022, but when exactly?
The automaker has removed the production timeline of the Tesla Cybertruck from its website, but an “ORDER NOW” function is available, so Tesla continues accepting a $100 refundable deposit.
Thus, the Cybertruck that debuted in 2019, the Roadster, and the Semi Truck, both unveiled in 2017, are awaiting production launch today.
The new plant in Austin Texas will become the location where Tesla makes its Cybertruck. The company says its payload capacity is up to 3,500 pounds, a towing capability of over 14,000 pounds.
As for the pricing, currently is the following (the real prices may differ):
- $39,900 – Single Motor RWD model – 250 plus miles of range – under 6.5 seconds to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph;
- $49,900 – Dual Motor AWD – 300 plus miles – under 4.5 seconds;
- $69,900 – Tri Motor AWD – 500 plus miles – under 2.9 seconds.