Elon Musk recently claimed that the Tesla Cybertruck is just weeks away from deliveries to the first customers, despite mass production not really ramping up until at least 2025. When the stainless monster first made its stage debut, it was promised to reach the market in 2020, and has already missed five promised launch dates. At the rate these trucks are breaking down, it’s not clear they’re ready for prime time. A third Cybertruck in as many months has been spotted in need of a tow. Instead of being stranded on the side of the highway, however, this one is struggling to accept a charge from a Tesla Supercharger station in Mojave, Calif.
A user on the Cybertruck Owners Club forum, who goes by CHC and drives a Ford F150 Raptor and a Tesla Model X, spotted this stranded Cybertruck and pulled in to check it out. Here is their account from the scene:
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