During the Q&A session of the Cyber Roundup, Elon shared some exciting details about the production capacity of the Cybertruck. He disclosed that Tesla has the potential to manufacture anywhere from 250,000 to 500,000 Cybertrucks annually.
Elon also emphasized that the actual production volume of the Cybertruck will ultimately depend on the demand for the vehicle. While it is evident that there will be a significant demand for the Cybertruck, especially in the United States, the precise level of demand will play a crucial role in determining the allocation of resources and funding for its production.
One remarkable aspect of the Cybertruck is its potential for a rapid production ramp-up, unlike any previous Tesla model. Additionally, the truck's innovative "exo-skeleton" design, which has been confirmed, could facilitate a more streamlined manufacturing process compared to conventional vehicles.
Even with the upper estimate of producing 500,000 trucks per year, the substantial number of reservations—over 1 million—suggests that we may have to wait a a bit longer before receiving our truck. Nevertheless, the specifications and final pricing are set to be announced as early as next quarter, and we're sure the anticipation will be well worth the wait.
Watch Elon answer the question in shareholder meeting below.