We all have heard of Tesla’s affordable and luxury cars, long-awaited cyber truck, and their Optimus robot which was revealed a week back. But do you remember the Semi Truck which they launched back in 2017? well if you don’t then this is what it looks like.
Pretty huge right? This was unveiled back in 2017 when the man himself Elon Musk revealed the concept model to the world.
The production is underway and it is starting to speed up by the end of this October.
This has not been made available to the general public, however, Tesla is still taking up corporate orders.
Elon Musk tweeted that Pepsico (the soft drinks company) will take the deliveries of their semi trucks in December.
Tesla claims that the Semi Trucks will provide a range of more than 500 miles / 804 km on a single charge and in addition to that, drivers or companies can save more than $200,000 over a period of 5 years compared to the fuel consumption they would have done if they were still using regular trucks. These are just some of the features that this beast offers and experts predict they are going to sell really well once these start hitting the markets. Semi Trucks will start from $150,000 for the public and will have various options according to the buyer’s needs.
This is just another step forward by Tesla in boosting its aim of transitioning the world to green energy. This should be positive for Tesla’s stock which is down 43% this year. Tesla is yet to start its deliveries for cyber trucks and semi truck now.
One response to “Tesla Semi Truck, does that ring a bell?”
I'll believe it when I see it.