- 🚚 A fleet of Tesla Cybertruck units spotted at Fremont Factory.
- 📸 Recent photos shared by EV enthusiasts reveal nine Cybertrucks at the factory.
- 🚛 The fleet transported using three car carrier trucks, each carrying three Cybertrucks.
- 🛠️ Some Cybertrucks have front wraps, looking refined and ready for delivery.
- 🏢 Speculations suggest they might be used as display units at local showrooms.
Recent images shared by EV enthusiasts online have unveiled a fleet of Tesla Cybertrucks arriving at the Fremont Factory. The photographs captured nine Cybertrucks parked at the California plant, transported there via three car carrier trucks, each carrying three units.
The sighting was reported by EV advocate group The Kilowatts, known for closely monitoring Tesla’s developments. Some of the Cybertrucks exhibited front wraps, similar to a previously spotted vehicle in Lonoke, AR. Although the images were taken from a distance, the vehicles appeared refined and potentially ready for customer deliveries.
The reason behind delivering the Cybertruck fleet to the Fremont Factory remains undisclosed. However, Tesla enthusiasts speculate that the trucks could be intended as display units in local showrooms, suggesting a positive outlook for imminent deliveries.
While the initial Cybertruck deliveries were initially anticipated in late 2020, they were delayed. Tesla later indicated that the first deliveries would likely occur in 2023. With recent sightings and the apparent quality of the observed trucks, it appears that the arrival of the all-electric pickup truck is drawing closer. This impending launch could potentially have a transformative impact on American roads.