Tesla has announced that the first deliveries of its new electric truck will take place in the second half of 2017

Tesla’s ambitious electric pickup, the cybertruck, is running a little late. Reference to a 2022 production schedule was scrubbed from its website. Production of the vehicle wo n’t begin until the first quarter of 2023.

The cybertruck was originally announced in 2019. In August that year, full production was delayed to some time in 2022. Now, that deadline seems to have been waived.

Changes to the cybertruck order page were first spotted by Edmunds. Now it says:’you will be able to complete your configuration as production nears in 2022′.

The delay is a result of’changing features and functions’ that Tesla is introducing to make the vehicle more attractive in a growing market for electric pickups.

The F-150 lightning is expected to start shipping in the first half of 2022. Ford has pledged to increase production of its F-150 lightning. Hummer and Chevy have their own electric trucks scheduled for late 2022 and late 2023 releases respectively.

The vehicle’s angular look is controversial, attracting awe and scorn in equal measure. It comes with unique design challenges, like the problem of creating a huge windshield wiper to cover the mammoth front window.

The model 3 became the first EV to top monthly sales charts in Europe. The company delivered close to 1 million cars in 2021.

Tesla’s cybertruck can afford to delay a little, but the company risks losing potential customers as it does. Tesla CEO Elon Musk promised to share an official’product roadmap update’ on the next Tesla earnings call.

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