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In 2019, the presentation by Tesla of its new vehicle, the “cyber truck”, caught the world’s attention with its innovative and eco-friendly functionality and its sleek model, with Tesla CEO Elon Musk who called it “something of a sci-fi movie.”
Musk promised the vehicle could go from zero to 60 in 2.9 seconds, towing £ 14,000 i it helps make the world a little greener by using sustainable energy with three ranges of batteries.
If it sounds impossible, it’s not. However, production is late: release dates have been delayed twice and now Tesla has limited reservations to fewer regions in the world than initially promised.
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Musk commented earlier this year on the extended launch of the cyber truck, blaming the limitations on the ongoing supply chain, and said production would begin in the first quarter of 2023 (original date was 2021, then 2022) .
“We have more orders from the first Cybertrucks than we could meet for three years after production starts,” Musk said last week at the 2022 FT Future of the Car conference.
Now, if you go to the company’s site, reservations are only available in the US, Canada and Mexico, giving way to Asia and Europe.
Tesla declined to comment on the change, nor did Musk tweet until Tuesday morning.
Meanwhile, the company has begun making reservations for its Semi truck, with a high deposit of $ 20,000.
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