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Tesla Executives Have Confirmed Cybertruck Launch Date

We have a video of a conversation between two Tesla supporters and one shared the timeline for the Cybertruck release.

Tesla Cybertruck Executives Hint at Release Date

Were there clues and information that were shared with Tesla executives about the Cybertruck? Matthew, one of the attendees of Investor Day, talked to them, and they had this to say about the Cybertruck.

They said they are following Elon Musk's vision to the letter. What Elon Musk said publicly is true and that first deliveries will happen in Q3, 2023, with around 1,000 deliveries this year. Volume production will start next year.

Matthew asked Franz von Holzhausen how close the Cybertruck build shown at Investor Day was to the actual Cybertruck customers would get. He said this is the exact build that a customer would get if they got it today.

There is a production version and a release candidate which will start driving around. It's possible Tesla may make changes to the current production version, but it looks pretty solid from all the pictures and videos I've seen.

This leads me to think of a bigger question: When can you expect to get your Cybertruck?

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When Will You Get Your Cybertruck?

If you weren't one of the first to reserve a Cybertruck, you most likely won't be getting it this year - unless you were in the first 1,000. There is a spreadsheet that does its best to estimate when you will get your Cybertruck using a number of factors.

Originally, first deliveries were expected to begin in January 2022, however, this will not be the case. You have to add about 2 years to this in determining when you will get your Cybertruck.

I expect Tesla to get to about 3,000 Cybertruck vehicles per week in 2024, and to get near 10,000 in 2025, assuming the demand for the Cybertruck is about 1 million units per year.

If you reserved a Cybertruck, I think there is a great chance you will get it before 2026, if not sooner.

You can hear more discussion about this here in this video from Farzad Mesbahi:

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Jeremy Johnson is a Tesla investor and supporter. He first invested in Tesla in 2017 after years of following Elon Musk and admiring his work ethic and intelligence. Since then, he's become a Tesla bull, covering anything about Tesla he can find, while also dabbling in other electric vehicle companies. Jeremy covers Tesla developments at Torque News. You can follow him on Twitter or LinkedIn to stay in touch and follow his Tesla news coverage on Torque News.

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Chupacabra (not verified)    March 16, 2023 - 12:28PM

"I expect Tesla to get to about 3,000 Cybertruck vehicles per week in 2024, and to get near 10,000 in 2025, assuming the demand for the Cybertruck is about 1 million units per year."

So at that rate it'll take 100 years to catch up to this pie-in-the-sky 1 million units per year production rate. Who came up with this mythical 1 million units a year demand for the CT anyway? That's just preposterous. This entire article is simply hysterical.

Chupacabra (not verified)    March 17, 2023 - 4:36PM

In reply to by Steve (not verified)

The article clearly states: "assuming the demand for the Cybertruck is about 1 million units per year." Not 1 million in total, 1 million PER YEAR. Not even Ford sells 1 million F-series in a year. There's not a snowball's chance in hell Tesla can make 1 million CTs a year - in any year. And that's assuming there's 1 million people wanting to buy one every year as well.

Radge Harrison (not verified)    May 23, 2023 - 4:20PM

In reply to by Chupacabra (not verified)

Well that was the theory when it would cost $39k lol I bet they won't make a single motor version and base on the dual motor will be $80k plus... I'd like to see a million of anything that cost 80k each sell. Avg F-Series price is now $66k though so gone are the days of the cheap pick'em up Truck. So much info about CyberTruck is from 2019. Elon talked a lot about it at the last event in 2023 it sounds very understated compared to the original launch hype. He is smart enough to know reality in the economics of his vehicles and their sales. We'll see.

CBrown (not verified)    March 16, 2023 - 6:59PM

What a garbage article. The headline goes from "Tesla Executives Have Confirmed Cybertruck Launch Date" immediately to "Tesla Cybertruck Executives Hint at Release Date."

Jeremy, do you have any idea what the word, "confirm," means?