Tesla is in the middle of its end-the-quarter push to deliver as many vehicles as possible and it’s even using its own electric semi truck prototypes to deliver vehicles.
CEO Elon Musk shared a picture of the Tesla Semi truck carrying the vehicle – showing a glimpse at a sustainable future in one picture.
Over the last few quarters since Model 3 production has been somewhat sustainable at high volume, Tesla has had issues delivering the high numbers of vehicles.
Now it is killing two birds with one stone by using its Tesla Semi prototype, which is currently in the test and development phase, to carry Tesla vehicles to their destinations.
Musk shared an image of the electric truck at work:
Tesla Semi delivering Tesla cars pic.twitter.com/ttEpcW5d8G
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 30, 2019
Tesla was originally supposed to bring the electric semi truck to market by the end of the year, but the company hasn’t updated its production timeline in a long time.
The automaker is also expected to release its delivery numbers for the first quarter next week after its end-of-the-quarter delivery push.
The image gives us a glimpse of what a sustainable future could look like with zero-emission trucks carrying zero-emission vehicles to their users.
If all those vehicles are powered by renewable energy, it would have a tremendous impact on carbon emissions.
For now, it remains only a test project and Tesla leveraging any carrying capacity to deliver vehicles by the end of the quarter, but we can imagine what it would look like at scale and it is definitely exciting.
Tesla is going to be one of its own main customers when it comes the Tesla Semi program.
Also, those few new buyers taking delivery with their cars on a Tesla Semi are going to be even more excited about their new electric car purchase. I know I would be.
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