Tesla chief reveals future plans for vehicles

Published: Wilson Clark

On: Jan 2018

The chief executive of Tesla has engaged to create a pick-up truck as major part of the future plans for the electric vehicle-maker. Elon Musk, the Tesla’s chief has made the declaration about the same on his Twitter handle after asking his followers for the suggestions regarding how the company could improve.

He also revealed that the open-backed truck would follow the Model Y which is going to be detailed car and is strongly expected to be based on the model 3 sedan. But experts said that Tesla has suffered repeated delivery detain.

That has raised some to question whether the loss-making firm can meet it’s existing commitments which include an upcoming articulated lorry as well as sports car.

Mr. Elon Musk even made various promises related to the new features Tesla that responsible to add to it’s existing vehicles like intelligent windscreen wipers.

Tesla’s chief Elon Musk tweeted over vehicle future plans

According to data from a leading research media, pick-up trucks are extremely popular in the United States of America, with the sales by the three trending manufacturers that are totally about $ 90bn a year.

Over the past 12 months, the demand for the trucks has also been raised, despite facing a drop for other types of light vehicle. Tesla’s chief had previously hinted at his plans during a press conference in November.

In his tweets, he said that “our vehicle would be slightly bigger than Ford’s F-150 which is it’s bestselling model pick-up that would allow it to include an unspecified game changing feature. And I had the core design or engineering elements in my mind for 5 years.” His ambitions contrast with recent performance of Tesla.

In the month of November, the company declared its greatest quarterly loss to date $619m and also admitted that it was just months behind schedule for the Model 3 deliveries.

It is reported that problems with steel welding and battery assembly were the main reasons for production bottlenecks. Some new agency warned that if the organization didn’t slow down it’s losses then it would exhaust its cash reserves in the year 2018 unless it acquired fresh funds.