Cybertruck was originally introduced in 2019. In August 2021, production of Cybertruck was shifted to 2022 as the EV firm decided to focus on production of its Model Y.
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Elon Musk (Elon Musk) owned by the electric vehicle company Tesla (Tesla) launched its popular Cybertruck (Cybertruck), which aims to start its production in 2023. electric vehicle The manufacturer’s CEO, Elon Musk, confirmed during Wednesday’s fourth-quarter earnings call that production and first deliveries of the futuristic pickup are not expected this year. Elon Musk said, as Cybertruck, Semi, Roadster, we will be ready to bring them into production. Hopefully, it will most likely be launched next year. Tesla recently removed dates regarding Cybertruck production from its website.
The order page on Tesla’s Cybertruck site previously told buyers, “You’ll be able to complete your configuration as production in 2022.” Now, it simply says, You will be able to complete your configuration when production gets closer. Cybertruck was originally introduced in 2019. In August 2021, production of Cybertruck was shifted to 2022 as the EV firm decided to focus on production of its Model Y.
Recently, a new Tesla Cybertruck prototype with an updated design was spotted at the automaker’s Fremont factory test track. According to auto-tech website Electrek, a drone from a YouTuber spotted the new Cybertruck prototype on the trial track behind the plant. He managed to capture 10 minutes of footage of the automaker testing the new electric pickup truck.
The prototype looks brand new, with some tape and some tape holding the cables together. The new Cybertruck also gets side mirrors, something that was missing from the prototype.
Tesla officially entered the Turkish market
Tesla has officially entered the Turkish market. According to Gizmochina, former InsideEVS Turkey consultant and co-founder of e-Garage, Emir Tunurek, will manage the Tesla Turkey operation. In 2021, a total of about 4,000 electric cars were sold in Turkey. The EV maker is also currently working on developing a supercharger network in the country.
Tesla’s website lists that it is coming with a supercharger in Ankara, Antalya, Aydin, Bursa, Edirne, Istanbul and Konya, to name a few regions of the country. Recently, Musk revealed that the EV-maker is facing several challenges for its car launch in India.
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