Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, stated on Wednesday that the company plans to introduce its long-awaited Cyber truck around the middle of 2023.
During Tesla’s financial report for the second quarter, Musk stated, “We are still hoping to be in production with the Cyber truck in middle of next year.” “We have a lot of enthusiasm for that product. We think it could be our finest product ever.
Despite the fact that prototypes have been observed on public roads since 2019, little is known about the eagerly awaited Cyber truck, and manufacturing has been continuously put off.
Musk stated that the battery-electric truck will gain from Tesla’s lessons on increasing efficiency throughout the manufacturing process during the earnings call with analysts.
With Cyber truck and other goods that we’re not quite ready to speak about yet, but that I think will be extremely exciting to present in the future, we’ll add another degree of simplicity and manufacturing improvements, Musk said.
The platform for the Cyber truck has been designed and is currently being prepared for manufacturing, according to Musk. It intends to produce the vehicle at its $1.1 billion Austin Gig factory. The factory, which also houses Tesla’s corporate offices, began producing the Model Y small crossover in April. According to Experian, it is the best-selling electric vehicle in the nation.
The largest pickup truck market in the US is Texas.