The CEO of the American electric car maker Tesla, Elon Musk, confirmed that the launch of the electric “Cybertruck” car has been postponed to late 2022, according to the “Electric” website, based on a company-wide call with Tesla employees.
And the site quoted informed sources who were part of the call that Musk said that there is so much new technology in the electric pickup truck that the increase in production will be
He added that he does not expect heavy production of the car until late 2023, according to what Bloomberg News quoted “Electric” as saying.
Musk said in April that both Cybertruck and Simi will be powered by the company’s new, larger battery cells from a pilot line in California.
Musk indicated that it appears that the massive production of these cells will not take place before about 12 to 18 months.
Tesla recently updated its online data where consumers can book a Cybertruck.
Musk first revealed the Cybertruck in November 2019.
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