The Rivian R1T, GMC Hummer and Ford F-150 Lightning electric pickups will be on the market soon; But Elon Musk confirmed that the production of the Tesla CyberTruck pickup truck has been delayed until the end of 2022.
Elon Musk confirmed that the Tesla CyberTruck electric pickup truck will not enter the production line until the end of 2022. According to Carscoops, when the CyberTruck was first unveiled in November 2019, Musk said the electric pickup would hit the market in 2021; But the American automaker announced the delay of its plans until 2022 during the announcement of the financial results of the second quarter of 2021 in August.
Elon Musk stated that the production of cybertrucks has been postponed again until the end of 2022 and mass production will not be possible until the end of 2023. He confirmed the news during a public conversation with Tesla employees. The CEO of Tesla did not specify a specific time to start production of the cybertruck.
When Cybertrack was first unveiled, it was expected to be at least one of the first electric vans to reach customers; But the Rivian R1T seems to be the first electric pickup on the market with the imminent start of sales and delivery to customers. The GMC Hummer and Ford F-150 Lightning pickups are likely to hit US roads before the first cybertruck.
But as we have learned time and time again, most Tesla customers tend to be too late in delivering their electric car. It is also reported that more than 1 million reservations have been made for the Tesla CyberTruck; In other words, when the CyberTruck is finally available, it certainly has the potential to be the best-selling electric pickup on the market for at least the first two years.