Tesla Cybertruck deliveries set for November 30

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During Tesla’s third-quarter earnings call in 2023, the company announced that the first Cybertrucks would be delivered to customers on November 30 at the Gigafactory in Austin, Texas. The Cybertruck’s production had faced several delays. The first 2024 Cybertruck was reportedly auctioned for $400,000, but official specifications were still awaited.

The journey to the Cybertruck’s production has been marked by memes, online debates, delays, and a lot of waiting. Originally, production was planned to begin in late 2021, but it was postponed to 2022 and then further to 2023. Elon Musk confirmed in January that full production wouldn’t start until 2024, but early manufacturing was supposed to begin in the summer.

The latest timeline indicates that production is finally moving forward. The first Cybertruck was built in Texas on July 15, as per an announcement on X.com.

There’s evidence of the slow ramp-up in production with more Cybertrucks spotted on delivery trucks and test vehicles seen on the road. Elon Musk’s track record suggests that there have been test vehicles with Ford F-150 and Toyota Tundra-inspired wraps, although the reasons for these wraps remain unknown.

Regarding pricing, Tesla initially announced a base price of $39,900 for the single-motor RWD version, $49,000 for the dual-motor AWD, and $69,900 for the tri-motor AWD with 500 miles of range. However, it’s likely that prices will be higher due to the challenges of creating a new car with a new manufacturing process. The final pricing will be confirmed by Tesla in the future.

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