Tesla CEO Elon Musk has announced that the company plans to hold a Cybertruck delivery event at the end of the third quarter. The truck has been delayed multiple times since it was first announced four years ago in 2019.
The news came when Musk was speaking in a conference call following the company’s Q1 2023 financial results being released yesterday.
Musk said that Tesla will hold a “handover event” which is normally what the company calls it when it starts to hand over the very first models of a new vehicle to customers.
If that all goes to plan we could see the first Cybertruck deliveries taking place around September 2023, which is interesting considering we still don’t know what configurations will be offered or how much the truck will actually cost.
However, Electrek notes that the event will likely only see the truck handed over to specific Tesla insiders while everyone else will still have to wait months for their truck to arrive.
Musk did also say that those who have placed Cybertruck reservations should expect to see information about the final specifications and pricing at that event, which should perhaps tell us a lot about the people who will be getting their hands on the Cybertruck at that time.
We do at least now have something close to a hard date for when the Cybertruck should become more real, although it wouldn’t be the first time that it’s slipped a date now, would it?
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