San Francisco | Elon Musk-owned Tesla will not mass-produce the Cybertruck until 2024. The media gave this information. As The Verge reports, when Musk was asked if the upcoming vehicle would meet a mid-2023 production target that was set in the second quarter last year, he replied that Cybertruck production would begin sometime this summer, But concluded that mass production would not begin until next year.
Musk said, I always try to underestimate the start of production. It grows rapidly, but it is very slow in the beginning.
The Cybertruck was first announced in 2019, but its production has been repeatedly delayed.
Pre-production was to begin in late 2021, but was pushed back due to the COVID-19 pandemic. According to a trial conducted a year ago, it was scheduled for 2023.
In addition, Musk told investors last year that the specifications and price of the Cybertruck will be different.
Meanwhile, for the fourth quarter of 2022, Tesla beat Wall Street’s revenue estimates. Reported $24.3 billion in revenue, a 37 percent increase from the same quarter last year, and $3.7 billion in net income.(IANS)
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