Tesla to Deliver First Fully-Electric Semitrailer Trucks

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Tesla to Deliver First Fully-Electric Semitrailer Trucks


  • The first Tesla semi-electric truck deliveries are due for PepsiCo in December. The electric semitrailer truck was initially due out in 2019 but has been repeatedly delayed, with Musk blaming a shortage of battery cells and global supply-chain challenges. Musk said Thursday that the Semi would be able to travel 500 miles on a single charge as originally outlined in 2017 and will be delivered on December 1st.

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