2023 Tesla Cybertrucks : What We Know So Far

2023 Tesla Cybertrucks – The production of the Tesla Cybertruck was delayed to at least 2023, as the competition heats up in the half-ton electric pickup truck segment. Sources close to the matter claim that Tesla will make changes to the truck’s features and functions in response to General Motors and Ford products. Elon Musk, Tesla CEO, has been revealing on Twitter what these updates might look like over the past few months. More information will be available during the Q4 2021 earnings conference on January 26.

2023 Tesla Cybertrucks
2023 Tesla Cybertrucks

2023 Tesla Cybertrucks Review

The official delay of the Tesla Cybertruck’s launch is now the third. It was originally scheduled to launch last year. There are several hundred thousand pre-orders. Reuters reports that production was supposed to start later in the year. However, initial production will not spool up until after the first quarter of 2023. According to the report, Tesla will initially produce the Cybertruck in small quantities before increasing production later in the year. Tesla has not confirmed or denied the report.

2023 Tesla Cybertrucks Specs
2023 Tesla Cybertrucks Specs

The Model S sedan segment has seen Tesla capture early EV users with its mid-sized Model S and compact Model 3, but the Model X, Model Y, and Model Y in the SUV segment have been able to keep the torch alive. The company plans to produce a low-volume version of its original product, the Tesla Roadster. However, that vehicle has been moved to the bottom of this deck.

2023 Tesla Cybertrucks Changes
2023 Tesla Cybertrucks Changes

2023 Tesla Cybertrucks Release Date & Price

The Tesla Cybertruck is a more compact SUV than a pickup truck. It was first revealed in 2019, well before the Ford F-150 Lightning and Chevrolet Silverado EV were announced. Prior to this delay, the production of Cybertruck Job 1 had been delayed from late 2021 to late 2022. After the outstanding debuts of Detroit’s first electric trucks, which saw demand outstrip supply in record time, Tesla finds itself in a position where it must follow the example of legacy automakers. When it comes to competing for America’s most lucrative segment of vehicles, Tesla will have to contend with GM and Ford.

Ford already plans to double the F-150 Lightning’s annual production to 150,000 units before it arrives in dealers this spring. GM has not yet revealed production numbers for the newly unveiled Silverado EV. However, the new Factory Zero will produce up to 250,000 trucks, split between several Ultium products such as the GMC Hummer EV and GMC Sierra EV. Tesla intends to build the Cybertruck in its Texas factory. It should begin producing Model Y SUVs by the second half of 2022. In 2021, Tesla produced 930.422 vehicles. To put it in perspective, GM sold 768,689 combined Chevrolet Silverado/GMC Sierra vehicles in 2021.