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Musk Says Tesla Cybertruck, Roadster and Semi Coming Next Year

  • CEO updates timeline for delayed products at Texas plant party
  • New factory is expected to outproduce California facility
The new Tesla Giga Texas manufacturing facility on April 6.
The new Tesla Giga Texas manufacturing facility on April 6.

Photographer: Suzanne Cordeiro/AFP/Getty Images

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Tesla Inc. will start production next year of three products that have fallen well behind Elon Musk’s original schedule, the chief executive officer said at the opening of the carmaker’s newest factory.

“We’ll be in production with Cybertruck next year, we’ll be in production with the Roadster, and with Semi,” the billionaire said on stage at the company’s “Cyber Rodeo” late Thursday in Austin, Texas. “This year is all about scaling up, and then next year, there’s gonna be a massive wave of new products.”