The Tesla Cybertruck, which was first projected to go on sale in 2021, won't start manufacturing until at least 2023,
according to unnamed insiders who spoke to the media.
The Cybertruck was scheduled to go into production later this year after a few additional availability dates were disclosed
At least, such was the case prior to the Tesla website removing the news around Christmas.
Tesla is reportedly altering the electric pickup's features and capabilities in order to create an appealing
According to current plans, Tesla will only make a few Cybertrucks in the first quarter of 2023.
After that, production will gradually increase all year round.
The Ford F-150 Lightning EV and Chevy Silverado EV announcements have increased competition
Bollinger Motors recently stated that it was leaving the consumer vehicle market to focus on commercial applications.
Additionally, Ram recently declared that it will delay the release of an electric vehicle until 2025 in order
to add technology and features in response to what it perceives the competition to be providing.
This spring sees the start of manufacturing. Additionally, Chevy's First Edition Silverado electric pickup was quickly sold out.
The earliest it will go into production is towards the end of 2023.
Rivian and Tesla's market prices have fallen by about 7% apiece, while Ford's market value has surpassed $100 billion