Tesla's long-anticipated semi-truck is finally approaching reality, as the company just opened inbound orders and reservations in the United States. In other news, the date of the truck's release remains a mystery.
In April, Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced an impending delay concerning his newest vehicles.
Having set up a similar idea in the summer of 2021, his statement following his announcement in the following year spurred rumors about the vehicle's progress in 2022.
However, in the long run, the auto manufacturer continues to churn out popular cars such as the Model Y and Model 3.
Nonetheless, it looks like the firm could be preparing for the release of the electric Semi because customers can reserve their own at $20,000.
The newest remarks from Elon Musk indicated that the Electric Semi might finally appear sometime next year.
Tesla announced the reservation system for the two-wheel electric car, the Semi, and released further information on its ownership options.
The automobile company plans to make two versions, one with a range of 300 miles for $150,000 and another with a range of 500 miles for $180,000. Long-range makes sense for these high price points.
We hope to uncover more information about the upcoming Tesla Semi before its launch in 2023.