Tesla Cybertruck: it will be the best model of the company, according to Elon Musk

Tesla Cybertruck: it will be the best model of the company, according to Elon Musk

Tesla Cybertruck

The future Tesla Cybertruck is getting closer and closer to the official debut. The new pick-up is currently in the pre-production phase, with some pre-series models ready for testing that anticipate the debut on the production lines. Regarding the project, Elon Musk does not seem to have doubts. The new Tesla Cybertruck will be Tesla's best product ever. The statement, in some ways taken for granted, confirms the great confidence in the project that will lead Tesla to one of the most profitable market segments in North America.

The launch of the future Tesla Cybertruck will therefore mark a very important moment for the company. In recent days, Musk's concerns about the future of the economy have emerged. Based on these concerns, Tesla would have stopped hiring also considering the possibility of reducing the workforce. The Tesla Cybertruck, on the other hand, will have the objective of supporting the company and its financial results over the next few years, both in terms of revenues and profits. The potential is all there.

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It will be our best product ever imo

- Elon Musk (@elonmusk) June 7, 2022

The Unexpected Cybertruck Feature That Is Giving Elon Musk Trouble

Notably, the Cybertruck's last appearance stirred quite some chaotic debate, especially around that giant windshield wiper. Even Musk had to jump in on the conversation and explain what was really going on. Responding to a user's dilemma about the odd design, Musk clarified that it was not the final design that would appear on the production version.

'The wiper is what troubles me the most. No easy solution. Deployable wiper that stows in front trunk would be ideal, but complex,' Musk wrote on Twitter while answering another query regarding the windshield wiper's large profile. The new switchblade knife design of the wiper appears to be yet another experiment, but there's no certainty whether it will serve as the final version.

News outlet KSBW managed to get pictures of the Cybertruck's interiors, which still lack the airbag assembly, but appear a lot more refined now than before. The truck has a large cluster screen and a center console, while the rest seems unchanged. According to Musk, the Cybertruck will enter production next year after a string of delays.