The Cybertruck has been pushed to 2023 because of fierce competition

Elon Musk is unsure if the Cybertruck is ready to take on the competition in 2022, thus delaying it 2023. Do you see yourself piloting one in an EV future Malaysia?

17/1/2022 4:18:00 PM

Elon Musk is unsure if the Cybertruck is ready to take on the competition in 2022, thus delaying it 2023. Do you see yourself piloting one in an EV future Malaysia?

Elon Musk is unsure if the Cybertruck is ready to take on the competition in 2022, thus delaying it 2023. Do you see yourself piloting one in an EV future Malaysia?

, Tesla can’t just fall back to producing more of their previous gen Cybertruck to meet production targets.— Elon Musk (@elonmusk)Tesla sold in 2021. The report will be published on 26Product roadmap update on next earnings callIf everything goes to plan, Tesla plans on manufacturing the Cybertruck at its Texas Gigafactory which will begin production of Model Y early 2022. Tesla announced during the Cybertruck showcase event that there will be 3 variants on offer. Do note that the range displayed below is from Tesla and has not been tested by testing standards, i.e EPA and WLTP. The Malaysian price shown is without tax and duties.

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Silverado RST were received with relatively less controversy than Tesla’s Cybertruck. To me personally, all these trucks look more appealing and familiar design wise. Furthermore, they are also more practical. Thus, it comes as no surprise to anyone that Reuters’s source confirmed that the delay has something to do with Tesla wanting to “change features and functions” and make their truck “more attractive”. However, the biggest contributor to the delay is the global chip shortage caused by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Elon Musk himself tweeted regarding this in response to fans asking for an update on the Cybertruck. , Tesla can’t just fall back to producing more of their previous gen Cybertruck to meet production targets. Oh man, this year has been such a supply chain nightmare & it’s not over! I will provide an updated product roadmap on next earnings call. — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 29, 2021 But Tesla is fine not rerouting all their chip resources to the production of the Cybertruck, because Tesla’s MVP is the Model 3 and Y. According to a report by Bloomberg, Tesla’s Model 3 became the first electric car to top Europe’s sales chart. Out of the one million cars Tesla sold in 2021 , the Model 3 and Y made up 97.4% of the total sales. The remaining was made up of Model 3 and X. Therefore, Tesla is not going to cannibalise its sales just to meet the production target of the Cybertruck. So, when exactly can fans get their hands on the Cybertruck? Well according to Elon Musk via a tweet to fans, more details and a product roadmap will be given at Tesla . The report will be published on 26 th January 2022, which is less than a week away. Product roadmap update on next earnings call — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 3, 2021 If everything goes to plan, Tesla plans on manufacturing the Cybertruck at its Texas Gigafactory which will begin production of Model Y early 2022. Tesla announced during the Cybertruck showcase event that there will be 3 variants on offer. Do note that the range displayed below is from Tesla and has not been tested by testing standards, i.e EPA and WLTP. The Malaysian price shown is without tax and duties. Single motor rear-wheel drive with a 400km range, 3.7 ton towing capacity, and a 0–60 mph time of under 6.5 seconds, for $39,900 (RM166,722) Dual motor all-wheel drive with a 480km range, 5 ton towing capacity, and a 0–60 mph time of under 4.5 seconds for $49,900 (RM208,507) Triple motor all-wheel drive with a 805km range, 7 ton towing capacity, and a 0–60 mph time of under 2.9 seconds for $69,900 (RM292,077) Initial production will be 4 motor variant, with independent, ultra fast response torque control of each wheel — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 3, 2021 It also looks like that Tesla will start with the production of the flagship variant first, like they originally planned, followed by the other variants in descending order. But with the global chip shortage showing no signs of improvement, fans should brace themselves for another delay. With Malaysia now encouraging the use of electrical vehicles through tax breaks and investing in charging infrastructure, could Tesla offer their vehicles here soon? There are already of the Model S and 3 here so there seems to be a market for these cars. [