Tesla makes constant updates to their website, some of which can often be hard to track. One such change was to the Cybertruck’s order page, which was updated to remove reference to when production of the electric truck would begin.
Last year the website said production was slated to start in “late 2021.” That was updated in August to “2022”, a change which had been foreshadowed by CEO Elon Musk throughout the year.
Tesla has since made another change to the date, this time removing reference to 2022.
The change actually took place in early December. Tesla enthusiast Sawyer Merritt shared news about it on Twitter on December 9, 2021.
NEWS: Tesla has changed the wording slightly on the Cybertruck ordering page.
• Previous wording: You will be able to complete your configuration as production nears in 2022
• New wording: You will be able to complete your configuration as production nears. pic.twitter.com/Sc1YxdSMWP
— Sawyer Merritt (@SawyerMerritt) December 10, 2021
As noted by Merritt, the update was likely made as it was just a few weeks away from the new year, and it made sense to remove reference to it.
However, it could also be interpreted as meaning there could be another delay which could push production to 2023.
What do you think? When will we finally see the Cybertruck on public roads? Let us know in the comments below.