People might not be able to buy themselves a new Cybertruck just yet but Tesla CEO Elon Musk says that he’s been driving one around the company’s Texas Gigafactory ahead of its Q4 earnings results according to a Business Insider report and his Twitter account.

Those earnings results are expected to also provide us with more details about the Cybertruck’s launch when the call is held later today.

Tesla has already pushed initial Cybertruck production back into 2023 and time isn’t being kind to Musk or his goal to have the truck on sale two years ago.

While the Cybertruck was first announced what feels like a long time ago, the truck itself is still changing before it’s even gone into production. We’ve been hearing of the removal of door handles of late, while Musk has also touted a future feature that will allow the truck’s four motors to make it “drive diagonally like a crab” for offroad use.

Tesla first announced its Cybertruck to much fanfare towards the end of 2019 and while Musk expected to be able to sell these things within two years, that’s already proving to have been laughably off the mark.

Here’s hoping that we get to see these things driving down roads even two years from today. At this point that doesn’t seem like a given at the rate Tela keeps postponing things.

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