Tesla Cybertruck is arguably the most controversial car on earth. Starting from a futuristic design, to several production delays. Since being introduced by Elon Musk in 2019, this Tesla-made pickup has never hit the market.
Finally, Tesla said that it would provide official confirmation regarding the Cybertruck in March.
In March, Tesla is said to be giving a surprise and mentions that later there will be two sizes of Cybertruck, so there is a big and small Cybertruck.
This news comes from Trip Chowdhry, an analyst from Global Equities Research who is known to be close to Tesla. He recently said that not only will two versions be shown in March, but also that both will feature ‘significant tweaks' compared to the first Cybertruck shown.
See also: Tesla Cybertruck initial production delayed to early 2023
Chowdhry says that the small version of the Cybertruck will be 15-20% smaller than the full size version. Both shells will be made by Steel Dynamics of Texas, 160 km from the Texas Gigafactory.
However, that does not mean this car will soon be paved this year. Tesla again gave a signal that it will only produce the Cybertruck at the end of this year and will only launch it next year.
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