A new photo posted by Tesla in the last few hours on its official Twitter profile shows the company trying to take over Tesla Cybertruck on the snow. One image shows the car being tested in winter conditions as the company confirms the trend continues its development. The caption doesn’t tell us where the model is now, or even when this photo was taken, but we can clearly see that the photo is about to be made.
Tesla Cybertruck: A photo posted by Tesla on Twitter shows the model undergoing winter testing in the snow.
This is the latest image of the model that has been seen many times recently and now it seems that it is ready for the final launch after a long wait. Production of the Tesla Cybertruck is expected to begin later this year. The first delivery of the vehicle should take place around then. CEO Elon Musk is confident the company can sell anywhere between 250,000 and 500,000 cars per year, noting that Tesla will “make what people want and can afford.” Note that the model has been pre-ordered in more than 1.5 million units since its debut in 2019.
The Tesla Cybertruck will cost no less than $40,000 when it goes on sale, CEO Elon Musk previously said. But Tesla’s pickup will still compete with other electric pickups like the Ford Lightning, Rivian R1T, and GMC Hummer EV.
So we will see in the future what other news will arrive about this long-awaited Tesla model that will be produced in the new Tesla Giga factory in Austin, Texas and that will certainly remain in the center of attention in the motor world for a long time.
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