In the latest earnings call, CEO Elon Musk confirmed that the Tesla Cybertruck is going into production this summer in limited numbers with and volume production in 2024.
In other words, the rumor that said the Cybertruck will go into production in mid-2023 was confirmed by Elon Musk during Tesla’s Q4 and Full Year 2022 Earnings Call, where someone asked if the EV truck was still slated for manufacturing by early 2023, to which Musk replied with:

“We do expect production to start sometime this summer, but I always kind of downplay the start of production because the start of production is always very slow.” Moreover, the American EV maker stated in its Shareholder Deck for the call that Cybertruck production “remains on track to begin” later this year.

Musk went on to say that “I wouldn’t put too much stock in the start of production,” noting that volume production is what’s important, with a scheduled ramp-up set for 2024.

Not that the volume-oriented lineup of vehicles in the manufacturer’s portfolio has matured, with over 1.3 million vehicles delivered worldwide in 2022, and with the Semi already on the roads, it’s time for the Cybertruck to enter the final phases of its development and reach production-ready status.