The launch of the Tesla Cybertruck has been delaying for some years. A the first time, when it was announced in 2019, Tesla says that the production will begin in 2021, but it was postponed to this year, 2022, at first, but Elon Musk, the Tesla’s CEO, has said at Tesla’s Cyber Rodeo event that “production would hopefully next year”, so it has been delayed one more time.
The new Cybertruck prototype that was shown on this event was updated, it has conventional rearview mirrors, an enormous windshield wiper, and what appeared to be headlights mounted below the front bodywork. About this, Musk said: “Who needs handles? The car can tell that you’re there, and it knows that it needs to open”.
Elon Musk and the designer Franz von Holzhausen were the two in charge of this event, and claimed that: “We can’t wait to build this here and deliver them to you. Sorry for the delay, it’s been an intense couple of years, but we’re going to have this for you next year, and it’s going to be great. And it’s going to be one kick-ass product after another, starting next year, some cool stuff we haven’t even talked about.”
Originally, the Cybertruck deliveries were set to begin with a single motor rear drive version, with dual and tri motor all wheel drive iterations following later. Tesla has not said whether or not this is still the plan. This three models were announced by different price, the base with a price of $40,000, the dual motor would cost $50,000, and the tri motor was priced in $70,000. The fans have to wait one more year at least.
You can see the Cyber Rodeo here: