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Tesla Cybertruck Spy Shots Body Megacast

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After a lengthy wait, the Tesla Cybertruck is finally almost here! Despite not knowing too much about its production version yet, this comes as no surprise considering how secretive Tesla usually operates. A new video and several spy shots at Giga Texas have just been released to give us an idea of what we can expect from this impressive electric truck when it hits the market soon.

Tesla and CEO Elon Musk have revealed the highly anticipated Cybertruck will soon be available for purchase in mid-2022. The electric pickup truck had been postponed a couple of times, although some people suggest it has been pushed back more than that. When Tesla initially launched the project in 2019, they envisioned producing them by late 2021; however now it looks like production won’t begin until late 2023.

Recent developments suggest that the arrival of the Cybertruck is nearing, though there remain a few minor hurdles to overcome. It won’t be too long before we can finally get our hands on this futuristic vehicle; unfortunately, it could still take several years for some reservation holders to receive their deliveries.

Aerial drone footage and pictures of the newest Cybertruck’s body have recently been seen at Giga Texas. Moreover, Tesla’s Q3 2022 Update Letter confirms that the electric truck has already started its tooling phase in their factory. To top it all off, Elon Musk mentioned on a recent earnings call that his company was close to finishing the “final lap” before launching this revolutionary vehicle!

Recently, a photo of the exterior body of Tesla’s newest Cybertruck was released on the internet, and it has already been featured in Kim Java’s YouTube video. In her clip, Kim confirmed that this image came from Tesla Gigafactory located in Austin, Texas.

It is evident that Tesla has adapted the configurations of their Cybertruck to reflect a differing number of motors, yet they cannot sustain the prices previously advertised at its launch. Thus, consumers are left wondering what pricing model will be applied when it comes time for distribution.

We urge you to join the dialogue in the comment section below. Could Tesla be facing another delay with their Cybertruck? When do you think they will be able to satisfy all of the pre-orders that have been placed? Let us know your thoughts!

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