Tesla Semi was seen in real-world testing. The electric truck is assisting in the installation of pre-assembled Superchargers at Laguna Seca, where they were highly anticipated.
The start of mass production of Tesla Semi is getting closer and, according to Elon Musk, should begin in 2023. The world probably would have seen the electric truck on the road by now if not for the supply chain disruption due to COVID-19, and now the Russian attack on Ukraine, and the recent major outbreak of COVID-19 in China. Nevertheless, we have what we have, and we hope that nothing will disturb the launch of Semi on the market next year.
In 2022, Tesla Semis have already been seen several times in different parts of the United States. It looks like the manufacturer continues to actively test them before starting mass production. Although past sightings had been random and the truck had been spotted by random people, now Tesla itself is bragging about Semi.
Tesla recently brought their entire line of its vehicles to Michigan Formula SAE. Semi and Cybertruck joined the Model S, 3, X, and Y, which is not such a frequent event. Now Tesla Charging has shared a new video on its account on Twitter showing off the truck. The company said Semi is helping install pre-assembled Superchargers at Laguna Seca, where they were highly anticipated.
Installing pre-assembled Superchargers at Laguna Seca pic.twitter.com/TZ9DkwTpqM— Tesla Charging (@TeslaCharging) June 29, 2022
First, it demonstrates that Tesla is actively testing the truck and using it to make its operations more environmentally friendly. Secondly, this attention-grabbing could indicate that the manufacturer might be ready enter production, which would be very strong and positive news.
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Eva Fox joined Tesmanian in 2019 to cover breaking news as an automotive journalist. The main topics that she covers are clean energy and electric vehicles. As a journalist, Eva is specialized in Tesla and topics related to the work and development of the company.