Mashable:

You might be compelled to pinch yourself, but we assure you, you are not dreaming: Tesla is actually about to deliver its first Cybertruck.

The company will do so at an in-person event in its Texas Gigafactory, but you can also follow the event online. Here’s how.

What is the Cybertruck event?

Straightforwardly called the Cybertruck Deliver Event, it’s a reveal that will be held at Tesla’s Gigafactory in Austin, Texas. Details are slim apart from the obvious: the company plans to deliver its first Cybertruck vehicles to customers. Rumors say the company isn’t ready to produce the car on a massive scale just yet; instead, a handful of Cybertrucks will be sent to the first customers, with Tesla currently producing about 10 Cybertrucks per day.

As for the car itself, it’s a steel-plated, odd-shaped, electric SUV, originally announced in 2019, with production scheduled to start in 2021 before delays— the first Cybertruck was built in July 2023. Recently, we’ve started finally seeing Cybertrucks in the wild; for example, Tesla took a couple of them for a spin on an off-road track in Baja California.

When does it start?

The event is scheduled to start at noon P.T. (3 p.m. ET), on Nov. 30.

Where can you watch it?

The event will be broadcasted on X (formerly Twitter). It’s possible that it will also be broadcasted on Tesla’s channel on YouTube, but that hasn’t been confirmed yet.


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MuskWire TLDR:

Tesla is set to deliver its first Cybertruck at an in-person event at its Texas Gigafactory. The event will also be available to watch online. The Cybertruck, a steel-plated electric SUV, was originally announced in 2019, and production was scheduled to start in 2021 but faced delays. Currently, Tesla is producing about 10 Cybertrucks per day. The event is scheduled to start at noon P.T. (3 p.m. ET) on November 30th and will be broadcasted on X (formerly Twitter). There is a possibility that it will also be broadcasted on Tesla’s YouTube channel.