The CEO of Tesla, Elon Musk, revealed today on X (formerly known as Twitter) the design of the Candidate for Cybertruck production. Therefore, important progress is being made in the factories of the North American company towards the realization of this electric vehicle.
The development of the Cybertruck has been going on for no less than four years and recently the time has come. Times have accelerated in the development of this electric truck (This is due to more data coming from official sources and sightings of test models on the streets having increased significantly). The point is that Elon Musk appears to have chosen what goes into production.
For example, the vehicle was parked in the last week on several streets of the United States en route to various locations, including Tesla’s Fremont factory.
An important step for Tesla
Musk announced today that he will begin. As can be seen in the posted image, Musk appears inside the truck with a big smile Enjoy being in the driver’s seat.
It’s interesting to note that A lot has changed in the design of the Cybertruck since its initial launch in November 2019. Most notable is the roughly 3 percent reduction in size and corresponding weight that Musk noted in 2021. One of the reasons for this is that the end product can fit in The Boring Company’s tunnel.
Other changed details that have recently been revealed include that the vehicle will no longer have a walk-through area from the cabin to the rear and lack a bench seat in the first row. However, the vehicle featured in this image looks better than ever. It’s clean, with no gaps between the panels, and gives us the best view of what the Cybertruck will look like when deliveries begin.
Tesla has not yet announced the date of delivery, nor has it revealed any information on pricing or configurations of each version that will be released. Those details are yet to be defined, and while Musk has hinted at possible price points for the Cybertruck, there’s no concrete indication of what the price will be just yet. So far, the following is known: $39,990, $49,990, and $69,990, depending on the options each of the three versions of the electric vehicle offers.