The electric semi-truck from Tesla

Semi was unveiled in November 2017. During the presentation, CEO Elon Musk touted a range of over 500 miles with a full load and zero-to-60 times that would rival some sedans.

The supplier expects 2,500 Semis in 2021 and up to 25,000 Semis produced in 2023. A sleeper cab version is also expected to be produced in 2021. According to the source, Tesla wants to eventually reach a capacity of 50,000 Semis per year.

It’s important to note that in the past TESLA has promised a lot of things but has not delivered on the actual production.

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According to tesla, The semi will have a “Lowest Cost of Ownership”

Electric energy costs are half those of diesel. With fewer systems to maintain, the Tesla Semi provides $200,000+ in fuel savings and a two-year payback period.