Unveiling Of Tesla's Electric Semi Truck Delayed


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On Wednesday Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced that the company's semitruck unveiling is now “tentatively” scheduled for October 26th in Hawthorne, California. Using Twitter, Musk added that it will be "Worth seeing this beast in person. It's unreal." Earlier in the year, Musk had announced that the company’s highly anticipated semitruck unveiling would be held in September, but now it looks like the world will have to wait a little bit longer. Tesla is hoping to do for the trucking industry what it has already done for the car industry, and make electric big rigs desirable, which could have a major environmental impact. According to reports, the Tesla semitruck will have a range of 200 to 300 miles, which may be adequate for a passenger car, but not for a long-haul truck, meaning Tesla must provide a strategic network of charging stations to meet truckers’ demands. It is also currently unclear how much the Tesla truck will cost, and whether its price tag will compare with conventional diesel trucks - all questions industry insiders hope to learn come October.

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