- Tesla CEO Elon Musk said the company may well soon have an update about Cybertruck production.
- The drawing shut F-150 competitor can be constructed near Austin, Texas.
- Automobiles are key profit facilities for rivals treasure Ford, to which Tesla is already starting to lose ground.
Elon Musk on Saturday teased an update about the availability of Tesla’s drawing shut Cybertruck as soon as April.
“Update probably in Q2. Cybertruck can be constructed at Giga Texas, so focal point fair now is on getting that beast constructed,” the CEO said on Twitter according to a interrogate about the truck’s first deliveries.
—Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 6, 2021
In January, Musk said the F-150 competitor’s engineer was nearly carried out and that Tesla would soon start designing an assembly line to fabricate it.
“We’re no longer iterating at the make center stage or make stage,” he said. “We have purchased the designs fastened. We’re attending to — we’ll soon relate the tools necessary to make the Cybertruck work.”
Tesla’s latest factory near Austin, Texas, is at indicate below development, with a completion date place for later in 2021.
The futuristic-having a gape truck comes at a crucial time for Tesla, which is already starting to lose ground to rivals. Electric pickups are a crucial hurdle in mass market battery adoption – and key profit center for rivals treasure Ford.