NEXT STAGE: New in 2022
Musk's wedge-shaped "North American ass-kicker" has been delayed a year because of supply chain shortages pummeling nearly every automaker. The electric pickup was originally scheduled to debut in late 2021, once the company completes the Austin, Texas, factory that will build it. But Musk reportedly delayed the launch to late 2022, with volume production not coming until late 2023.
Musk says the ramp-up will be complicated by the amount of new technology coming to the pickup. Crucially, the delay means Ford Motor Co. will beat the Cybertruck to market with its electric F-150. Once it ramps up, Musk has said, Tesla could build 250,000 to 300,000 Cybertrucks annually.
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