Tesla’s cheapest Cybertruck may not arrive until 2023

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When Tesla started manufacturing the Model 3, it made a point to prioritize production of pricier configurations. As a result, folks interested in purchasing the entry-level Model 3 for $35,000 were forced to wait for quite some time. The rationale behind Tesla’s decision in this regard was quite simple: to generate as much cash as possible as quickly as possible. At the time, Elon Musk said that if Tesla started shipping the low-cost Model 3 right away, it “would cause Tesla to lose money and die.”

While Tesla’s economic situation isn’t as precarious as it once was — the company does capable of turning a profit these days — it’s employing the same production strategy it used with the Model 3 on the recently introduced Cybertruck. Put simply, Tesla will first focus on producing the Dual Motor and Tri Motor AWD models before turning its attention to the entry-level Single Motor RWD model.

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