Elon Musk reveals Pepsi will get the first electric semi-trucks from Tesla in December 2022

Tesla’s founder, Elon Musk, declared that PepsiCo will be the first business to use his company’s electric semi-trucks, which are now beginning production after a protracted delay.

According to Musk, the battery-powered Class 8 truck with a 500-mile range will go on sale on December 1.
During a hectic week, Musk, who is also the CEO of SpaceX and is in the process of purchasing Twitter, made headlines.

Tesla originally intended to start producing the electric semis in 2019, but production schedules kept getting pushed back owing to a shortage of parts.
You should have to pay $180,000 for the truck. However, a $40,000 congressional tax break will be available to it.

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