We can expect Tesla’s electric pickup to remain on the market for the next few years. As a result of this push forward, the electric pickup has been delayed until On its configuration page, the company assures you you will be able to customize your truck when “production begins in 2022.” This applies to every model – single-motor trucks were always going to arrive later, but the launch for dual- and tri-motor machines is coming soon, Since Tesla’s inception, it has been rare for it to deliver on its promises. In the meantime, Covid-19 – the World Organization for Voluntary Industrial Development – also sent its semi truck back to 2022 due to supply constraints, both in sourcing batteries and general chaos. Additionally, Tesla’s Roadster, which won’t be released until 2022, is also delayed. Tesla CEO Elon Musk said in January that there would only be a few Cybertruck deliveries in 2021, and that mass production would continue in It is true that the company reiterated that claim in its July quarterly report, but the company only finished engineering design for the EV in June, which would have made the production schedule extremely tight.