After years of development and many delays, the Tesla Semi electric truck will officially ship to customers on December 1, 2022. The first deliveries will be streamed live.
Previously last October, Tesla owner Elon Musk announced the start of production of the Tesla Semi. He also explained that the first delivery will be made on December 1, and now the delivery of the trucks will take place at a special event.
“If you wish to attend a Semi truck delivery event, as a retail shareholder, please ensure you have verified shareholder status on our IR website,” said Tesla’s head of investor relations, Martin Viecha.
Tesla himself, said Martin, had not officially issued any statement regarding the event, but said he hoped it would go ahead like many others in the past. Tesla will almost certainly provide in-depth details on the Semi truck and its available specifications.
“At the same time, we wouldn’t be surprised if Tesla dropped a few extra surprises at the end of the main event. Cybertruck seems closer to production than ever. Showing up with any production spec version is sure to get Tesla fans more excited than ever,” he said.
As previously reported, Elon Musk has announced the start of production of the Tesla Semi truck on his personal Twitter account. The heavy-duty electric truck will be handed over to coke company Pepsi on December 1, 2022.
Pepsi is well prepared for the electric vehicle after all it has been waiting for the Semi truck since the announced start of production in 2019. PepsiCo ordered 100 units following the launch of the order in December 2017. This year, four Megachargers were installed at the California factory site by FritoLay, a PepsiCo subsidiary.
Previously, the electric vehicle manufacturer from the United States, Tesla Inc, released photos of the Tesla Semi electric truck. In the upload, there are several changes from the first Semi truck to the newest model truck.
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