Tesla's EV pickup truck 'Cybertruck' will finally start deliveries from November 30, 2023

Regarding the electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla's

Cybertruck , an EV pickup truck that was announced in November 2019 and has since received numerous reservations , the release date has not been determined. We will introduce it to the market.''

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Tesla's Cybertruck will finally be delivered on Nov. 30 after falling 2 years behind schedule | Fortune

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Tesla's Cybertruck, announced in 2019, is an EV pickup truck that claims to be ``more practical than a truck and has better performance than a sports car,'' and is characterized by its crisp, futuristic appearance.

When Tesla first announced the Cybertruck in 2019, it said it would ``launch the market by the end of 2021.'' However, in August 2021, the production start date was postponed to 2022, and at the time of writing the article, the Cybertruck was still shipping. has not been done.

It is clear that the production of ``Cybertruck'', which seems to have escaped from the world of Tesla's science fiction, will be postponed until 2022 - GIGAZINE

However, in the 2023 third quarter financial results announced on October 18, 2023, Tesla announced that ``Cybertruck delivery will begin from November 30, 2023.'' Four years after its announcement in 2019, Cybertruck has finally been announced to be released on the market.

Tesla also announced that it will hold a Cybertruck shipping event on November 30, 2023 at Tesla's Gigafactory in Austin, Texas.

According to Tesla, approximately 1.8 million Cybertrucks are scheduled to be produced and shipped in 2023, and the factory is operating smoothly. Tesla also claims that its Gigafactory in Texas has the capacity to produce more than 125,000 Cybertrucks annually. On the other hand, it has been revealed that it is extremely difficult to operate the production line at full capacity, and it is thought that Tesla's goal of ``shipping more than 250,000 Cybertrucks a year'' will be carried over to 2025 or later.

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