Although the official start dateThe mass production of the futuristic Tesla Cybertruck pickup truck is constantly being pushed back, interest in the original electric car of the future is not cooling down. The next portion of official information about the fate of the Tesla Cybertruck will most likely be announced at Elon Musk's next press conference on January 26, at which the entrepreneur will talk about the results of Tesla's financial activities for the past 2021.
Ahead of the event, insiders revealedvideo with the updated design of the electric pickup. At the Tesla Cybertruck Forum & Owners Club, where insider material first appeared, it was even suggested that the shown Tesla Cybertruck model could become a pre-production version of the car.
Compared to the first presentation in November 2019of the year, the updated Tesla Cybertruck pickup lost the original wheel covers, received an enlarged bumper, modified wheel arches and sills. The new model has exterior side mirrors, one large "wiper" on the windshield and two headlights in front of the car instead of the planned one wide one.
Earlier, in December last year, the ChileanChile Al100 showed an insider video from Cybertruck testing in Fremont. Even then, one could notice some changes in the design of the pickup truck. Elon Musk explained in December that the innovations are due to the requirements of regulators that control traffic safety on the roads.
Today's official launch dateCybertruck production has been moved to the end of 2022. However, according to Reuters journalists, a more realistic pickup launch date could be early next year 2023. According to unofficial information, more than one million Tesla fans have already placed pre-orders for the Cybertruck. At the same time, 48% of orders are for a modification with two electric motors, and 44.5% for a model with three motors. Earlier, Musk confirmed information about the future Tesla Cybertruck model with 4 engines.