Tracking changes to tomorrow's cars.
The Future Product Pipeline allows you to stay up to date on current and new brand products, along with changes and other features.
NEXT STAGE: New in 2023?
Tesla’s cargo hauler was shown in prototype form in 2017 with promises to revolutionize the trucking industry. Musk said it would be far faster than current diesel semi trucks, far cheaper to operate, have up to 500 miles of range and a $150,000 base price. He also projected production to start in 2019, before multiple delays. This year, the CEO said that Semi production would follow the Cybertruck in 2023, but he later suggested in a Twitter post that some might be delivered to customers this year. “Tesla 500 mile range Semi Truck starts shipping this year, Cybertruck next year,” Musk wrote on Aug. 9.
Tesla’s website says that the Semi can charge to 70 percent in 30 minutes on its proprietary Megachargers. The Class-8 truck has a maximum cargo rating of 80,000 pounds.
|Tesla Cybertruck New in 2023||Tesla Robovan New in 2024||Tesla Model X Freshen in 2025|
|Tesla Roadster New in 2023||Tesla Model 3 Redesign in 2024?|
|Tesla Semi New in 2023?||Tesla Model S Redesign in 2024?|
|Tesla Robotaxi New in 2024?|