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These are the reasons why Tesla’s Cybertruck is slow to arrive

The electric car manufacturer is still far from releasing one of its most important vehicles and these are its reasons.


In recent years the automotive sector has seen sweeping change. Electornic cars are gaining more and more followers and it is a matter of time before the production of combustion engines ends. Many nations have plans to phase out the production, including the European Union which hopes to stop their sale by 2035.

There is no doubt that one of the top brands is Tesla, though the company has some explaining to do for the delay in the launch of the Cybertruck

The obstacles in the launch of the Cybertruck

From the day of its presentation, the car already had structural problems that embarrased Elon Musk. While testing the ‘armoured’ capability, Musk smashed two windows.

The project has remained quiet but The Verge, has reported numerous problems that Tesla has encountered in the development of his car, preventing it from being launched.

One of the largest problems has been braking. The problem had to do with excessive pedal and brake travel, which increased braking time considerably.

Another issue is the inclination of the passenger compartment during braking. This is due to an error with the car’s suspension, which can cause a failure in the stability of the car when braking. Both issues combined have the potential to cause an accident.

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But there was another more important error that has to do with the most visible part of the car: the chassis. We have seen that the design lines of the cybertruck were very straight, designed to cut through the wind, but this poses a problem when it comes to sealing it. And it is that at that moment of assembling it they have found failures and gaps.

We remember that it has been no less than four years since its announcement and many users are still impatient for next year to arrive when it is expected to begin its large-scale production.