Tesla Says Cybertruck Deliveries Begin in November, Event Scheduled For November 30

Tesla says that it will begin to deliver completed Cybertrucks to customers this November, with a special delivery event scheduled for the end of that month.

The announcement came via Tesla’s Q3 financial results call with the Cybertruck getting as much attention as you might expect.

In the presentation it was confirmed that deliveries would begin next month, with Tesla also claiming that it can produce more than 125,000 Cybertrucks per year as part of a pilot production run. That same pilot also includes the Tesla Semi, while the Next Gen Platform and Roadster are currently in development.

All Cybertrucks will be built in Tesla’s Texas facility alongside Model Y units to the tune of more than a quarter of a million, the company confirmed.

However, Electrek suggests that the figures claimed here are “quite aspirational,” suggesting that it isn’t likely Tesla will actually be able to build that many trucks as quickly as it claims.

The Cybertruck story has been a long and convoluted one since it was first announced back in 2019. That event didn’t get things off to a good start with Tesla’s strengthened window glass failing to stand up to a test on-stage. We’ve seen multiple delays since then but it now looks like there is some light at the end of this Cybertruck-shaped tunnel.

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