Tesla Cybertruck Updates Will Be Shared ‘In a Month or So’ Says Elon Musk [Update]

If you’ve been waiting for updates from Tesla in regards to new changes coming to the Cybertruck, the wait may be over shortly, according to CEO Elon Musk.

The Tesla CEO confirmed on Sunday pictures of the new changes will be shared “maybe in a month or so”, in response to a question asked by @WholeMarsBlog.

Musk was commenting about Giga Texas prior, saying “Tesla Texas team is making great progress! Giga Texas factory will be an asskicker.”

When asked if the Cybertruck would be an ass kicker as well, Musk replied, “Well, it’s basically a tank from the future that’s road-legal, so yeah.”

Earlier this month, city council in Pasadena, California, approved plans for a dedicated Tesla Cybertruck Supercharger in the city. Tesla’s Cybertruck was recently seen on display at the company’s Battery Day event, alongside the new Roadster.

Back in August, Musk hinted a smaller Cybertruck was “highly likely down the road” for the European Union.

Tesla will be manufacturing its Cybertruck at Giga Texas, with the latter planned to be up and running by the end of 2021.

Cybertruck starts at $39,900 USD for a single motor configuration, $49,900 for a dual motor and $69,900 USD for a tri-motor version. So far, all eyes are on Tesla to delivery Cybertruck on time, as traditional automakers are vying to challenge the truck, such as Ford’s F150 and the GMC Hummer EV.

Update: Musk says the “new design is better with many minor tweaks. Even the small details matter,” on Monday morning.