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In a tweet, Elon Musk confirmed that the first copies of the Tesla Semi would be delivered this year. The end of a long wait…
Presented for the first time in 2017, the Tesla Semi will have been expected. Originally announced for 2019, Tesla’s first electric truck has since suffered numerous delays. Determined to take the file in hand, Elon Musk has multiplied the announcements in recent months, confirming in particular the arrival of a first fleet in 2022.
Reacting on Twitter to the anniversary date of the Master Plan II, presented six years ago and evoking for the first time the arrival of an electric truck in the manufacturer’s range, Musk again confirmed the first deliveries this year.
The Tesla Semi surprised on a Megacharger
At the same time, the manufacturer is preparing its megachargers, these charging stations specially designed to accommodate the brand’s electric truck. In Modesto, California, a first station is about to be installed. A deployment which also confirms the imminent arrival of the first vehicles.
Tesla 500 mile range Semi Truck starts shipping this year, Cybertruck next year
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) August 10, 2022
The Cybertruck for 2023
Beyond the Semi, Musk also reconfirmed the arrival of the Cybertruck next year.
In a previous tweet, the brand’s boss had already indicated that the future electric pickup should be delivered around mid-2023. Case to follow!
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