The focus is on Obtaining the Cybertruck to production, says Elon
Elon Musk is preparing to unveil a new and updated version of the Tesla Cybertruck next quarter as the automaker is getting closer to bringing the electric pickup truck into reality.
Tesla revealed the Cybertruck back in November 2019, but the vehicle isn’t expected to enter production until late 2021. Tesla has been doing changes and modifying the electric pickup truck since the unveiling and leading to production.
Tesla is keen on bringing Cybertruck to market, closely resembling the original concepts shown in November 2019.
It seems like Cybertruck hit a roadblock mainly due to its design because the condition in the real world is a bit different from the futuristic concept. We believe there are some flaws with the Cybertruck design, and hence Tesla is working to change it.
CEO Elon Musk previously talked about Tesla upgrading the Cybertruck’s adaptive air suspension. They also discussed making the truck smaller, but Musk did not approve that plan after a design review in May of 2020.
The CEO also added that the focus is on Obtaining the electric pickup truck to production at Gigafactory Texas, which remains under construction.
Now Musk reveals on twitter that the Cybertruck upgrade is “probably” forthcoming next quarter:
Update probably in Q2. Cybertruck will be built at Giga Texas, so focus right now is on getting that beast built.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 6, 2021
Three versions of the Tesla Cybertruck will be available with different battery packs and drivetrain settings. The only motor RWD variant will offer 250 miles of scope. A dual-motor all-wheel-drive version will reach 300 miles of variety, and a tri-motor version will possess 500 miles of scope.
Cybertruck can tow up to 14,000 pounds, seats six people, have onboard energy and compressed air, and has 3,500 lbs of payload capacity.
Tesla Cybertruck sits six People and is equipped with a 6.5-footbed, which they predict the Cybertruck vault. The top is coated, but it unrolls if you need to fit in something Greater than the roof of the “vault.”