Tesla Cybertruck delayed again, mass production pushed to 2024
Tesla’s Cybertruck Gets Push Back Again: 2024 Now The Year To Look Forward To
Production Held Up By That Hot New Video Game Console
Tesla’s Cybertruck, popular both for its edgy redesign of the classic pickup truck and its no-dealership, direct-to-consumer business model, is being pushed back even further. What was initially anticipated for a 2021 release is now pushed back to 2024.
The news might not come as much of a surprise since the most recent delay was to 2022 in the first place. But we can’t help but feel a little let down… Sigh.
There hasn’t been an official statement from Tesla about why the launch has been officially delayed for three years, but we here at Auto Kingz Magazine have some theories:
- Elon Musk could have switched priorities and is currently hellbent on releasing Gamatron 4, the latest in his series of video game consoles
- Musk may have mistaken the Cybertruck for an actual robotic creature and is now teaching the vehicle the complexities of human language and emotion
- Tesla may have had difficulty finding metal strong enough to withstand slamming concrete bricks and Kevin Smith’s heat gun
- Or it could be that everyone just overslept and this was an epic case of being fashionably late
The possibilities are virtually endless! In the meantime, we’ll just have to hang tight and wait for the long-awaited electrical-pickup-truck-of-the-future to actually, you know, launch. Fingers crossed for 2024!