The Tesla Semi Delivery Event will be streaming live on Twitter, the company announced. The electric truck delivery event will take place at Tesla's manufacturing facility in Nevada.
In a few hours, the long-awaited Tesla Semi delivery event will take place. It will be held at the company's manufacturing facility in Nevada at 5:00 pm PT. Tesla held a shareholder invitation draw, but it is clear that there are tens of thousands of people who would like to watch this historical event.
As one of the available methods, those who wish can watch the live stream through the Tesla website here. In addition, the company has added another method that has never been used before. According to the announcement, Tesla will be streaming a live Semi Delivery Event on Twitter. After Elon Musk acquired Twitter, he began to transform it significantly. Gradually, the platform is becoming a place where all the hot topics are covered in real-time, and the possibility of live streaming important events by various companies and organizations on Twitter will breathe new life into the social network.
Semi Delivery Event streaming live on Twitter at 5pm PT tonight— Tesla (@Tesla) December 1, 2022
The first Tesla Semis will be given to at least one buyer, Pepsi Co. No other details are being released at this time, so anything from handovers of unexpectedly large numbers of trucks, possibly even to multiple customers, to mind-blowing announcements about the company's future products could be possible.
During the Q3 2022 Earnings Call, Musk declined to answer a question about upcoming new products, and his tone of voice hinted that he did indeed have something to hide. Also, recently Tesla's Chief Designer Franz von Holzhausen, during an interview at the Petersen Automotive Museum, hinted that his favorite car design is “the one that's coming that I can't talk about.” Responding to a tweet containing a quote from von Holzhausen, Musk responded with a winking emoji, flirting with the audience. At the moment, of the well-known vehicles that Tesla could present are the RobotTaxi and Tesla van.
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