Tesla makes 10 Cybertrucks a day now on runup to price and delivery announcement event
The cumulative count from all the drone overflight footage from Giga Texas in recent days shows that, since the first Cybertruck production unit got off the assembly line there, Tesla may now be making as many as 10 of the electric pickups every day.
They get stored covered on parking lots, driven around the factory for tests and charging, or shipped out on trailers across to Fremont daily now, with numerous sightings to account for it while on the road.
Back in April, Elon Musk said that Tesla is gunning for a big Cybertruck launch event at the tail end of the third quarter, and it seems that a September release date has every chance to happen now. At the event, Tesla is expected to announce the Cybertruck price, specs, and trim levels, as well as when will the actual deliveries start en masse.
Granted, those first units that Tesla is producing now may actually be for final crash tests or employee deliveries. The Cybertruck was spotted on trailers with smashed fronts and window markings last week, while Tesla may have started asking employees if they want the dual- or tri-motor Cybertruck variants.
It also started cracking down on leaks and spy shots, indicating that the Cybertruck release date may finally be nearing indeed.