Elon Musk’s Tesla has rescheduled the mass production of the Cybertruck electric truck introduced in 2019 from the initially scheduled end of this year to 2022. According to multiple reports from IT grounds slated that the blazingly fast delivery of Cybertruck will begin from 2022.

Tesla divulged that they have been prepping up for the mass production of Cybertruck. At present, the firm is drafting a plan to produce Cybertruck at the Texas Gigafactory under construction in Austin, and the company will start production after Fully electric mid-size SUV Model Y.

The third quarter of Tesla’s net income has surpassed 1.62 billion dollars, beating its old earnings of 1.14 billion dollars, recorded in the second quarter of this year. Astonishingly in previous years, the net income was 331 million dollars, comparatively five times lesser than this year’s quarterly net income.

Tesla is boosting up to produce Cybertruck and Fully electric SUV Model Y at the Texas Gigafactory under construction. Tesla revealed that its ultimate aim is to start producing Model Y at the Texas Gigafactory before the end of this year as stated in its financial report of the third quarter of 2021.

The firm also excited the buyers by quoting,

“Cybertruck will not be very far away.”

In the financial report released yesterday, Tesla revealed the stand of the Texas Gigafactory.

Tesla also exposed a large factory building that is under construction. The factory is still being in the process of development. The main structure is outlined, and the interior part of the construction in the factory has been completed utterly. While looking at the released on-site pictures of the factory, a vast amount of tools and equipment is on the assembly line production, the interior and exterior ornamentation of the area is finished and prepared up for display. The external outlook of the site looks glossy in the sunshine.

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