Tesla’s first Cybertruck deliveries will happen on November 30th

A promotional image of a Tesla Cybertruck prototype driving on a track in the desert.

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The Tesla Cybertruck finally has a delivery date, according to a company post on X (formerly Twitter). Along with its third quarter earnings today, Tesla announced the long-delayed Cybertruck electric pickup will have its first deliveries on November 30th at the company’s Gigafactory in Austin, Texas.

In the past few months, Cybertrucks have started showing up on the road, all labeled as RC for testing or as prototype vehicles. The company previously said there would be a delivery event by Q3, but that never happened.

Earlier this year, Tesla said Cybertruck would have limited production this summer, and mass production would start in 2024. Tesla was apparently able to push out at least one Cybertruck in the factory in July.

Cybertruck was originally announced in 2019, but its production was delayed multiple times throughout the covid pandemic. The company had missed its initial preproduction target in 2021.

Since its original announcement, other automakers have caught up, releasing their own electric pickup trucks, including Ford with the F-150 Lightning and Rivian with the R1T. Cybertruck still commands widespread interest regardless of its delays and its humongous windshield wiper that still seems unreal that it might make it to the final design.


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