The Tesla Roadster and Cybertruck won’t be available until at least 2023, due to the semiconductor shortage, according to Elon Musk.
Tesla fans will have to wait (again). The future stars Cybertruck and Roadster will not finally see not the day before 2023 at the earliest, according to Elon Musk. The boss of the manufacturer made the announcement at a shareholders conference, specifying that semiconductor supply problems affect Tesla, like all other manufacturers.
But Elon Musk says he is “optimistic” about a exit from the shortage by 2023. Hence the arrival on this date of the electric pick-up and the sports car of the brand. The latter was announced in 2017, and will therefore land at best 6 years later … But it still has, on paper, something to seduce: if the model complies with the announcements, the Roadster should be the fastest car in the world at its exit, at least during the exercise of 0 to 100 km / h. The exercise should indeed be dispatched in less than 2 seconds, even almost 1 second only thanks to a kit of SpaceX rockets… As often, the announcements of Tesla are difficult to believe. See you in 2023 to get to the bottom of it!
The Cybertruck arrived too late?
For its part, the Tesla Cybertruck is also eagerly awaited. The big question remains that of its explosive look, made of flat surfaces and strange angles. It will land in a segment that did not expect it: electric pick-ups are now almost widespread. The model of Rivian, an American start-up, has just been released, but there is also the Ford F150 Lightning, and the future electric Hummer …
In short, fans of American “trucks” already have a great deal of opportunity to go all-electric. Hence the fateful question: will the Tesla Cybertruck already arrive too late? To be continued… in 2023 therefore.
Source : Coach
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