Elon Musk recently noted during the Q1 2023 earnings call that Cybertruck production remains on schedule to reach this summer.

Furthermore, his company is installing equipment at Gigafactory Texas that will be used for building its steel frame and casting machine for this truck.

Recently leaked photos reveal an interior that features a squared-off steering wheel and the familiar center screen found in both Model 3

and Model Y vehicles but lacking a traditional gauge cluster and turn signal stalks; one forum member speculated this may be because most controls

will be located on its touchscreen interface instead of traditional body-on-frame construction methods used by most trucks.

Tesla claims their Cybertruck will also deliver impressive performance. Their single-motor version can accelerate from zero to 60 in just 6.5 seconds

although trucks typically aren’t known for speed. Furthermore, dual and tri-motor versions should each be able to haul 7.500 and 14,000 pounds respectively.