Since that time, the company has delayed the start of production. Musk mentioned last year that the launch of the Cybertruck in 2023 was postponed because there weren’t enough parts available.

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Tesla has finally completed the production of its first Cybertruck at its factory in Austin, Texas. The highly anticipated electric pickup truck, initially revealed by CEO Elon Musk in 2019, has faced several delays over the past two years. During its unveiling, the vehicle’s designer even demonstrated the strength of its “armor glass” windows, which surprisingly cracked.

The company had to delay the launch of the Cybertruck because it was difficult to find all the parts they needed. They had to change the release date, so the truck couldn’t come out earlier. However, in a recent shareholder meeting, Musk expressed his ambition to manufacture around 250,000 Cybertrucks annually, depending on market demand.

This move allows Tesla to enter a highly lucrative sector of the U.S. market, providing competition to other electric pickups such as Ford Motor and Rivian Automotive. Although these companies have already introduced their models in limited quantities, Tesla aims to begin mass production of the Cybertruck by the end of 2023, according to previous reports.

Overall, Tesla’s entry into the electric pickup truck market marks an important milestone for the company, expanding its product lineup and capitalizing on the growing demand for electric vehicles in the United States.

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