The long-awaited Cybertruck could reach buyers in mid-2023 according to Tesla CEO Elon Musk.
Tesla Cybertruck has taken a major step towards production preparation in the past month.
Currently, customers seem to be able to accept future deliveries of electric pickup trucks from mid-2023,
although production dates have been repeatedly postponed, but it is clear.
At a recent shareholders' meeting, Elon Musk replied to a question about Cybertruck's delivery, "We plan to start delivery in the middle of next year."
Musk had previously confirmed that US automakers wouldn't launch a new car in 2022, but the next car seems to be actually a cybertruck.
The long-awaited Tesla Cybertruck prototype was discovered in California in June.
It attended the Grand Opening Ceremony of Moss Landing's Elkhorn Battery Storage Facility, with some notable changes from previous iterations of the vehicle.
The design remains surprisingly minimalist and edgy, but with some more realistic touches.
A photo by Tesla employee Nattanan Sirivadhanbhakdi shows a new vertical wiper and door mirrors.
The wheels also lost the strange casing, and more traditional alloy wheels feature a 6-stud pattern.
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