The wait for Tesla Cybertruck is nearly over

Now that its design has finally been locked down.

we can expect this high-tech truck to come out sooner. Tesla CEO Elon Musk expressed this.

The Cybertruck is Tesla's much-anticipated electric pickup truck

It's been in the works for years, and we've finally gotten a glimpse of what it will look like.

Thus, the most expected new brand will enter the market next year.

Also, after its debut in 2019, Tesla vowed to deliver an electric vehicle before the finish of 2021.

Musk mentioned that Tesla aims to produce the Cybertruck by late 2022, specifically at their Gigafactory in Texas.

Tesla confirmed earlier this year that the company will complete the development of its Cybertruck and enter production in 2023.

The chip shortage and design uncertainty were just some of the many reasons Tesla couldn't get this project done on time.

Yet, at a new gathering with the Silicon Valley Tesla Owners Club, Musk conceded that the Team was "too excited about making changes" to the electric pickup.

Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, confirmed that their design for Cybertruck is finally locked.

Head of Tesla asserted that It's the ideal opportunity for us to begin placing the Cybertruck into creation.

Few Minor Design Changes to the CyberTruck

The Tesla truck has been revealed to have a few minor design changes.

Elon Musk announced that the company added rear-wheel steering and made several other adjustments for drivers' comfort.

The new Cybertruck prototypes that were spotted earlier this year are now being tested by Tesla as well!

And they're also being used for promotion at events.