The website of an electric vehicle manufacturer dedicated to cyberpunk electric pickup trucks is becoming more and more ambiguous about the production schedule of electric vehicles.
In October, Tesla removed the Cybertruck website for all pricing and model information, but left one important detail. It's time to start production in 2022.
When I access the same order page, it says "You can complete the configuration as a production environment" instead of
"You can complete the configuration as a production environment in 2022". I understand this. What can be achieved "almost".
Edmonds, a car site, said the change was concerned that some reservation holders would further delay production schedules. The truck was first announced in 2019.
Based on the search performed by the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine Tool, the
deletion seems to have occurred just before Christmas.
Cybertruck will be built at Tesla's latest Giga Factory in Austin, Texas. However, the factory is still preparing for car production and tools and equipment will arrive later this week.
I contacted Tesla about a cybertruck production plan, but the company doesn't have a communications team.
Neither CEO Elon Musk nor the official Tesla account tweeted about electric trucks.
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