Tesla announced earlier this year that the Cybertruck's production would start in the middle of 2023.
Although Tesla has stated that Cybertruck manufacturing will start at Giga Texas in the middle of 2023, a few recent events suggest that it may start sooner.
The 9,000 ton IDRA Giga Press, which will be used to construct the Cybertruck, was reportedly said to have landed in Houston last month and is on its way to Giga Texas.
The Cybertruck's dimensions and design have been altered by Tesla on a number of occasions, despite CEO Elon Musk saying earlier this year that the business has settled on the Cybertruck's ultimate form before releasing it to the public in 2019.
Joe Tegtmeyer caught the prototypes while finishing up a drone video, which he says will be posted later today and will include “much more.”
Breaking! Two new Cybertruck prototypes delivered to Giga Texas today, 14 October 2022! Located on N end near paint shop, arrived just as I was ending filming. Check these out! Much more in my video later today! @JoeTegtmeyer pic.twitter.com/ixl7E7ovc6— Joe Tegtmeyer 🚀 🤠😎 (@JoeTegtmeyer) October 14, 2022