This week in Tesla news, Tesla held its Q3 2022 earnings call and a lot was revealed including Tesla's production goals for the Semi. Tesla is aiming to have produced 50,000 Semi trucks by 2024.
“We’ll be ramping up Semi production through next year. As I think everyone knows at this point, it takes about a year to ramp up production. So, we expect to see significant — we’re tentatively aiming for 50,000 units in 2024 for Tesla Semi in North America. And obviously, we’ll expand beyond North America. And these would sell — I don’t want to say the exact prices, but they’re much more than a passenger vehicle," CEO Elon Musk said.
The Semi wasn't the only Tesla truck with interesting news. Elon Musk pointed out that the Cybertruck production would not be reliant on the 4680 battery cell ramp and said that Tesla didn't anticipate this being any limiting factor for the Cybertruck or anything else. Fun fact, Tesla's shareholder letter also listed the Cybertruck as a vehicle under "Tooling" and the Tesla Semi under "Early Production."