The Cybertruck was unveiled by Tesla a few years ago. It had a futuristic design and, according to the business, over 100,000 orders were placed in a short period of time. It was supposed to be released in 2020, but it was postponed owing to the epidemic. It was previously estimated that it will begin shipping to clients by the end of 2021, but it now seems that it may have been postponed once again.
According to Tesla’s Cybertruck website, which previously said, “As production approaches in 2022, you will be able to finish your setup.” “You will be able to finalise your setup as production approaches,” it now says, with the reference of 2022 deleted from the description. As a result, there has been concern that the truck’s introduction may have been postponed forever since no date has been set.
It’s unknown what’s causing the delays, although the epidemic is unlikely to have helped the supply chain problem. The shutdown and closure of factories in several nations, however temporarily, seems to have had a significant influence on the supply and manufacture of components for all sectors.
We’ve even seen material costs soar, with certain things that were once inexpensive suddenly becoming prohibitively costly. In any event, we’re still crossing our fingers for a release of the Cybertruck this year, but we’re not holding our breath.
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