Tesla delays Cybertruck production again, this time until the first quarter of 2023

Tesla Well, if his Tesla hometown didn't have "2022," congratulations on the Cybertruck production betting pool, which just won. Reuters confirmed on Thursday that production of the Cybertruck has been delayed to early 2023, despite the company earlier saying it would start production in late 2022.     Well, if you're the kind of person who regularly follows Tesla news (and you're reading this, you think so), this shouldn't surprise you. Tesla is notorious for missing deadlines, which is generally true for cars that don't look like rejected designs. RV From Hell, from the movie "Tango and Cash".  According to Reuters sources, the reason Tesla is holding back is because it wants to change the features and capabilities of its trucks to "intensify competition within the segment." Due to competition within the segment, it could be Ford F-150 Lightning, Rivian R1T, Hummer EV Jab Nuvo-Avalanche Silverado EV, none of which look like this HR Giggers doorstop.  The question now is whether Tesla will set this new deadline for the end of the first quarter of 2023, or will it be delayed, as we have seen. Roadster and cicadas. We are seeking comment from Tesla on this matter, but Tesla does not operate a public relations department for comment.

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Well, if his Tesla hometown didn't have "2022," congratulations on the Cybertruck production betting pool, which just won. Reuters confirmed on Thursday that production of the Cybertruck has been delayed to early 2023, despite the company earlier saying it would start production in late 2022.

Well, if you're the kind of person who regularly follows Tesla news (and you're reading this, you think so), this shouldn't surprise you. Tesla is notorious for missing deadlines, which is generally true for cars that don't look like rejected designs. RV From Hell, from the movie "Tango and Cash".

According to Reuters sources, the reason Tesla is holding back is because it wants to change the features and capabilities of its trucks to "intensify competition within the segment." Due to competition within the segment, it could be Ford F-150 Lightning, Rivian R1T, Hummer EV Jab Nuvo-Avalanche Silverado EV, none of which look like this HR Giggers doorstop.

The question now is whether Tesla will set this new deadline for the end of the first quarter of 2023, or will it be delayed, as we have seen. Roadster and cicadas. We are seeking comment from Tesla on this matter, but Tesla does not operate a public relations department for comment.

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