Two out of two: the “monsters”, Tesla’s fastest and most amazing cars have been postponed until a later date. It happened first to the expected small spider with over 1000 horsepower and an extraordinary 0-100 km / h in less than two seconds, and now the angular pick-up has also happened to the Cybertruck, postponed for now to 2023. The news comes from Reuters “from a well-informed source” and in a short time it went around the world because Elon Musk had planned to start production in the course of 2022.
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The Cybertruck, however, like the little spider, has not only disappeared from the site’s reservations, but also from the production programs of the Austin, Texas factory, where it was to be produced. All because Tesla, in light of growing competition in the industry, is modifying the functionality and design of the product to make it more competitive. On the other hand, on November 29 the same Musk, conversing about Twitter with some of his 70 million followers, he called 2021 a logistical “nightmare” for Cybertruck, implying that the situation was not destined to improve anytime soon. “Oh, man, this year has been such a nightmare from a supply chain point of view and it’s not over!”, Wrote the Tesla founder in response to a user asking him for updates on the launch of the vehicle, which was already been postponed to 2022.
The curiosity on the other hand is great because this colossal SUV reached 200,000 online bookings, even 140,000 suddenly, immediately after the presentation (which did not even go too well since the shatterproof glass shattered into a thousand pieces). The design was certainly striking, similar to that of a Stealth invisible to radar, an aspect that was certainly not accidental because the car was designed as a small Hummer, the famous military vehicle, indestructible, armored.
And then the usual record-breaking performance with rocket acceleration and a 0-100 in 2.9 seconds. Plus a declared range of 680 km with a real van load compartment: more than 2,800 liters. One thing that obviously drives Americans crazy. All on paper, however, because in spite of those who booked the new SUV online (the range was also defined: Single Motor Rear-Wheel Drive, Dual Motor All-Wheel Drive, and Tri Motor All-Wheel Drive) with an advance of 100 dollars, the Cybertruck will not see the light for at least the next two years. And fans will have to settle for one of the many replicas (horror not petrol engine) that in the meantime begin to circulate around the world.