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Tesla delivers about a dozen stainless steel Cybertruck pickups as it tries to fix production woes

  • Tesla has delivered the first few Cybertruck pickups to customers, two years behind schedule. The deliveries were showcased at a factory event in Texas, livestreamed on social media platform X.
  • The Cybertruck, priced at $60,990 for a rear-wheel-drive version, enters a competitive electric vehicle market with potential sales depression due to the crowded price range.
  • Tesla faced challenges in manufacturing the innovative truck with its hard-to-bend stainless steel body, and Elon Musk confirmed that the target of producing 250,000 vehicles annually would be reached by 2025.
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