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Update: Tesla Cybertruck Will Be More Expensive Than Originally Planned

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Tesla's Cybertruck, which has attracted extreme fascination and ridicule that could or might not become a reality next year, was initially planned to be launched at an attractive price of $39,000.

However, that was in 2019, when Cybertruck was first revealed and, according to Tesla CEO Elon Musk said recently, "a lot has changed" since then.

At the annual shareholders' meeting, Musk stated that Cybertruck's specifications and pricing "will differ," citing inflation and other "various problems" surfacing during the three years since the first electric vehicle was presented.

"I do not like to impart some negative announcements," he added before launching into a rant about his Cybertruck as "one heck of a machine," and it's a "damn great machine.

"Musk stated that the Cybertruck will be in full production in "the mid-year to the end of this year" -However it's been a bouncing target as well.

Production was initially planned to begin by the end of 2021.

However, in August 2021, the company announced a delay of 2022, and the company announced a delay until "hopefully" 2023.

Musk hasn't revealed any specifics beyond mentioning that the original price might not be the exact price.

Is Tesla still planning to make these three versions? What is the likelihood that it will be in production by 2023? " Try again, but with hazy responses.

"The amount of Cybertruck booked is steadily growing over the last year and is currently believed to be near 1.5 million bookings.