5 NEW Tesla Cybertruck Updates That Will Change Your Mind About It
Tesla has removed a slew of Cybertruck details from its website, including specifications and pricing. However, we know how much Tesla claimed the truck would cost. The Cybertruck with a single motor, which is expected to be the last to be built, will start at $39,990, $5,000 less than the cheapest Model 3. In the interim, the all-wheel-drive dual-motor model was slated to cost $49,990. The Cybertruck with three motors, which was formerly the top-of-the-line model, will set you back $69,990. The price is still unknown because the recently revealed quad-motor variant was never posted on the Tesla website. Basic Autopilot will come standard on all four models, but the Full Self-Driving option will be available for a fee. For the time being, that package costs $12,000, but the Cybertruck should be eligible for the $199-per-month FSD subscription as well. However, given that the price of Full Self Driving Autopilot has increased by $6,000 since July 2019, it’s safe to assume that additional price increases are on the way. Elon Musk himself has stated this on several occasions.
Tesla had planned to begin production on the Cybertruck in late 2021 but postponed it until late 2022. Elon Musk announced that Tesla would not be launching any automobiles in 2022, despite reports that the Cybertruck might be delayed again. That means the Cybertruck won’t be here until at least 2023. The first delays were attributed to supply chain problems that have been plaguing the automobile sector as a whole. According to Elon Musk, Tesla would not be able to create enough 4680 battery cells for the Cybertruck. The steel framework would necessitate the creation of a brand-new casting machine.
Tesla previously announced that the single motor model would have a range of 250 miles, which Elon Musk maintains is the bare minimum he will allow Tesla to provide. Meanwhile, upgrading to the two motor model increases the range to 300 miles, which sounds more remarkable. The tri-motor variant is also predicted to have a range of over 500 miles on a single charge, which is ridiculous. However, Musk released this amount before canceling the Model S Plaid, claiming that the car’s estimated range of 500 miles was too much. As a result, it’s difficult to say what this means for the Cybertruck. Unfortunately, the range of the quad-motor model is unclear, and because the other motor uses more energy, we’re not sure whether it will be more or less than the tri-motor model.
Meanwhile, Tesla has been forthright about its intentions, stating that it would not begin production on the Cybertruck until the Texas Gigafactory has begun production on the new Model Y. This only began in March 2022. Still, it already allows Tesla to prepare for the production of Cybertrucks. Elon Musk claims that Tesla plans to finish Cybertruck development by the end of 2022, with production starting in 2023. Later, he confirmed that the Cybertruck would arrive in 2023, although he didn’t say when. Meanwhile, according to a recent story, a smaller version of the truck may be introduced, though it’s unclear how it will differ from the original Cybertruck model. Unfortunately, we have no idea when the Cybertruck will be released or what the delays (and the announcement of a new quad-motor model) entail for the dual and single-motor models’ production schedules.
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