Tesla won't be able to offer a Cybertruck electric pickup at the original prices announced

Tesla won't be able to offer a Cybertruck electric pickup at the original prices announced

By July, all of Tesla's customers were confident that the production of an unusual Cybertrouck pickup truck would not start until mid-2023, as Ilon Mask had repeatedly stated it.

Remember that in the basic version with the only Cybertruck engine, it was first available at a price of $39900, the version with two motors was offered at a price of $499,000, and the availability of three electric motors raised the cost of the car to $699000. Stepwise Tesla removed the section that allowed the pre-order to be made on Cybertruck, from the main page of her website, and also hid not only the technical characteristics of the electric car but also its prices. However, it is still possible to process the pre-order technically, simply the cone value of the electric car the client will find closer to the start of production.

According to CNBC, at the annual shareholders' meeting in Texas, Ilon Mask had to admit that Cybertruck would not be offered at the prices and characteristics that had been announced at the time the model was announced in the autumn of 2019. According to the company's head, it was impossible at the time to anticipate the level of inflation that producers were currently facing, meaning that Cybertruck would be offered at higher prices, but that would change the technical characteristics of the pickup truck compared to the autumn of 2019, Ilon Mask did not explain. Perhaps for the sake of economy, it would be necessary to abandon the notorious bulletproof walls that could not confirm their main quality in the presentation.

Within the next couple of months, Tesla will begin to install the equipment needed for the production of Cybertrouck series, as well as the production of Semi trucks, Roadster second-generation sports cars, Optimus robots and robotic taxis.