Elon Musk to provide Tesla (TSLA) product roadmap update on Q4 2021 earnings call

Tesla CEO Elon Musk did not make an appearance during the company’s Q3 2021 earnings call last month. Musk had previously announced that due to his busy schedule, he was no longer going to be attending the calls, but would make an exception if there was something important to say or announce.

The lack of something important to say or announce lasted just one quarter.

Musk revealed this afternoon he will be attending the Q4 2021 earnings call in January to provide an update on the company’s product roadmap.

The CEO made the announcement on Twitter while responding to a request for an update on the Cybertruck. The futuristic electric truck was announced over two years ago, and is planned to enter production next year.

Despite this, we have yet to see the final design, but that may change in January.

Aside from hopefully revealing the final design, Musk also teased what kind of other information might be revealed about the Cybertruck.

But this will be more than just a Cybertruck update, and should tell us more about what Tesla has up their sleeves in the coming years.

This should include more information about the upcoming $25K Tesla, any other vehicles planned or under development (Semi, Roadster), plans for Energy and Solar, maybe another (or multiple) Gigafactory, and likely an update on the Tesla Bot.

Since we are still in November, Tesla has not announced when the earnings call will take place, but they are typically scheduled for the third week of the month after the quarter closes. You might want to pencil in that week of January 2022 as busy on your calendar.

What kind of surprises do you think Musk might announce? What are you most excited to hear about? Let us know in the comments below.

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