The automaker announced the completion of the first example by posting a photo on Twitter, the photo contained the truck together with many of the staff responsible for its production.
From the photo, there are some visible changes to the truck, such as the inclusion of side mirrors and a single windshield wiper. The final version is also expected to be slightly smaller than the concept, especially in terms of width. The length is rumored to be 231 inches, the wheelbase is 145 inches, and the width is 84 inches. These values are comparable to some of the longer versions of Ford’s best-selling F-150.
Musk in 2021 stated that the Cybertruck would have battery options with ranges of over 250 miles, over 300 miles, and over 500 miles, with prices starting at $39,900, $49,900, and $69,900, respectively. Tesla, however, withdrew all pricing and specifications on its website the same year, thus we are unsure of the Cybertruck’s true price when it goes on sale later this year.
Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, stated in January that the Cybertruck won’t be delivered in huge numbers until 2024, when production will scale up. According to prior statements, Tesla intends to produce up to 250,000 units annually depending on demand.