Recently, Smart car School noticed that Musk, CEO of Tesla Automobile, tested the mass production candidate Tesla electric pickup truck Cybertruck today. At the same time, an email sent by Musk has also been leaked, interested netizens can follow.
According to the content of the email, Musk said that because of the nature of the Cybertruck, it is made of bright metal, mostly straight edges, so any size change will be troublesome.
All the parts of this carWhether it is internal R & D or from suppliers, it needs to be designed and manufactured with an accuracy of less than 10 microns.
This means that all part sizes must be in millimeters, accurate to the third decimal place, and tolerances specified in single-digit microns. If very low-cost Lego and Coke cans can do this, so can we.
Musk sent an email related to Tesla Cybertruck.
Tesla Cybertruck was originally scheduled for mass production and delivery in 2021, but it has been delayed for some reasons and has not yet started delivery. According to relevant news, Cybertruck may be delivered to Tesla insiders as early as the end of September this year.
At present, the number of bookings for this model has reached 1962,941, of which 8.1% are single motor version, 44% are dual motors, 39.1% are three motors and 8.8% are four motors. Based on the price of the car, the nearly 2 million orders will generate $148.56 billion (1.08364 trillion yuan) for Tesla.