Here is the new Tesla that they are actually producing

Here is the new Tesla that they are actually producing

Elon Musk showed off a silhouette of the new Tesla.

UPD: Added news about the Tesla robot.

Tesla likely to come close to unveiling the ‘Model 2’

The company is already working on two new models (the other will be an “Automatic Hub,” though it seems weird the whole time that all Teslas are supposed to be able to be), and we don’t know which one, but the last time a company president spoke Tesla is looking for a new car, it should be cheap. In fact, Musk talked about one for $25,000, which is roughly NOK 250,000. Which one we’ve seen a little bit of now, we don’t know, but he says Tesla is building it right now.

We believe that this does not mean mass production of a model for which they have not even disclosed the appropriate name, price or images, but the production of prototypes to improve design, functionality and how Tesla will mass-produce them more efficiently in the future.

The silhouette looks like the design that was spotted in February this year in China. At that time, they tested them with a Mazda CX-30 body. It is very likely that Tesla’s low-cost model will debut in China.

New “teaser” for Tesla.
The Tesla car that was discovered early this year.
Tesla concept from 2020.

The internet truck will not be cheap

Those who still hoped that the Cybertruck would cost less than NOK 500,000 and would reach Europe have already been disappointed for a long time op last point. Now anyone who can buy one soon, Americans, will be better aware that the cheaper model will be much more expensive than the $40,000 it was listed for in 2019.

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At that time, the hope ranged from NOK 400,000 to NOK 800,000. Now the more expensive models are likely to cost around NOK 700,000. At least that’s what Electric believes, and that we’ll have to wait until 2025 before we see downward price adjustments. Musk said the car will be mass-produced next year, as previously expected. Musk believes that Tesla will produce between 250,000 and 500,000 Cybertrucks annually and that “it’s going to be hard to keep the price down.”

Also a little about the new Roadster, which has now been delayed for the fourth year. Now Musk “hopes” that production of the supercar will begin in 2024. The car was first announced in 2017. At that time, the launch plan was scheduled for three years.

There was also an update about the “Tesla Bot,” which Musk believes will be the company’s most important product (Musk believes in $10 to $30 billion of it). The last time we were updated on them, we didn’t get to see much. Tesla is correcting that a bit now, revealing that robots will be able to identify and remember where you’re going, and that the sensors are tuned enough that they don’t crush an egg with their foot and can pick up smaller ones. Will.

Here’s a look at the latest Cybertruck:

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