Elon Musk has announced that Tesla’s Cybertruck has changed significantly since the initial announcement and will have a higher price tag.

Tesla's Cybertruck has undergone substantial changes since it was first revealed, according to Elon Musk, and it will now cost more money. 

On Nov. 21, 2019, Musk made a big announcement about the electric car in Los Angeles. 

Its initial release date was set for 2021, with a $39,900 starting price. The vehicle was then put off until August 2022.

Musk stated during an earnings call in July 2022 that the Cybertruck would start manufacturing around the middle of 2023. 

Given the multiple delays that have dogged the EV, it is difficult to predict whether that will occur.

Numerous locations have seen prototypes. The Cybertruck was spotted at the Formula SAE competition in May 2022.

In an effort to attract new employees, Tesla brought it to the gathering.

On the track, it was driven around. Fans were so ecstatic that it was posted on a few social media platforms. 

Consumers got a look inside the car the following month. Sadly, the interior wasn't as interesting as the façade. However, this is only a prototype.

You can visit our website to read more such informative stories and articles.