Elon Musk Confirms Tesla Semi Will Enter The Market Later This Year

The Tesla Semi, unveiled in 2017 and initially expected in 2019, after multiple delays is finally expected to enter the market this year.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk said on Twitter that shipping of the Tesla Semi will start this year.

Not only that but the company will be delivering the long-range version, which is expected to be able to go 500 miles (over 800 km) on a single charge.

The upcoming launch in a matter of months is a positive surprise because, in the previous reports, we heard about the delay of the Class 8 truck until 2023.

However, the announcement leaves us with many unanswered questions about the Tesla Semi.

We don't know the price (whether it will be somehow linked to the original projection ($180,000 for the 500 mile version),

The battery type (4680-type cylindrical battery cells or older 2170-type), other specs, where it might be produced and at what rate.

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