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Full Schedule & Expectations of Tesla For 2023



Full Schedule Expectations of Tesla For 2023

For 2023, Tesla already has a full schedule. The company intends to expand by 50% this year even without the delivery numbers for Q4 2022. Some of Tesla’s most important goals for 2023 are listed below.


Additionally, Tesla intends to begin production of the Cybertruck at Giga Texas, and it is possible that a few Cybertrucks will be delivered by the end of the year. The organization will presumably focus on Cybertruck production this year, with the first deliveries beginning in the second half.

Cybertruck bodies were spotted at Tesla’s Texas HQ in the weeks paving the way to the new year. At Giga Texas, a Cybertruck rear mega cast was observed at the beginning of December. Equipment for the Cybertruck assembly line began arriving at the Texas headquarters later that same month.

A smaller Cybertruck concept with two doors may also be in development by the EV manufacturer. However, the Cybertruck that it unveiled a few years ago will probably be the primary focus.


The redesign of the Model 3, also known as “Project Highland,” is the first item on Tesla’s wish list. The redid Model 3 is expected to acquaint updates with the all-electric vehicle’s interior, infotainment system, and other essential features.

Tesla was able to reduce the number of parts in the Model 3, according to people who were familiar with Project Highland. A better display would also be added to the updated Model 3. Elon Musk mentioned on the earnings call for the third quarter of 2022 that the company’s next-generation vehicles might use the smaller platform.

“But at this point, we’ve done the engineering for Cybertrucks and for Semi. So, it’s obviously against what we’re working on, which is the next-generation vehicle, which will be probably about the cost of the 3 and Y platforms. It will be smaller, to be clear,” Musk said.


Tesla is as yet increased production at Giga Texas, Giga Berlin, and its Megafactory. The Fremont Factory, Giga Nevada, and Giga Shanghai are just a few of the company’s other manufacturing facilities that are likely to continue expanding and improving.

It is likewise expected that Tesla will declare the location of its next gigafactory. Mexico, Canada, Indonesia, and South Korea are the most likely candidates.

Tesla is also increasing production of semis, in addition to the Model 3, possibly working on the company’s smaller vehicle and the start of Cybertruck production. So the organization’s gigafactories will be bounty occupied all year.


It would be a significant shift for Tesla if Elon Musk decided to expand Tom Zhu’s role as CEO of Tesla China. According to previous reports, Zhu is expected to take on a more significant role at Tesla as the company’s new Global Operations manager.

Zhu has already resigned from his position as Tesla China’s main legal representative; however, the company has not yet confirmed Zhu’s new position, and some individuals have said their goodbyes to him on Weibo.

The Fremont Factory and Giga Texas have been visited by Zhu and his team of engineers from China. Additionally, it is said that they have collaborated closely on Cybertruck production preparations.

The Roadster and the humanoid robot Optimus are just two of the many products that are still in the works at Tesla. Additionally, Tesla has not yet unveiled its $25,000 vehicle, which some in the EV community refer to as the Model 2. The 4680 production and Full Self-Driving Autopilot updates follow. Tesla is likely to add more events to its already-packed schedule as 2023 progresses.

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