Tesla’s Cybertruck delivery event on Thursday

Tesla CEO Elon Musk behind the wheel of a Cybertruck. Tesla

How to watch 

Tesla’s highly anticipated delivery event takes place at its Gigafactory in Austin, Texas, on Thursday, November 30.

In a message posted on social media this week, Tesla said the event will start at 2 p.m. CT, which is 3 p.m. ET and midday PT.

Tesla will live-stream the event but has yet to reveal where you can watch it. Likely venues for the live stream include Tesla’s YouTube channel and  Cybertruck’s X (formerly Twitter) account. We’ll update this page when more information becomes available.

What to expect

If Tesla’s previous delivery events are anything to go by, it should be a glitzy affair, with Tesla chief Elon Musk leading the proceedings. Expect Musk to say a few words before handing over the first Cybertrucks to expectant customers, some of whom may have been waiting as long as four years for this day.

Elon Musk opened the metaphorical curtains on the evening of Thursday, Nov. 21, to unveil Tesla’s new Cybertruck. This is the fourth model in the Tesla range, and the only one aimed squarely at the largest-selling sector of the U.S. automotive market. The truck raised eyebrows at launch, due to an unusual design, but it’s clearly resonated with someone: Within just a few days, hundreds of thousands pre-ordeded the vehicle.

The electric pickup truck is capable of some pretty astonishing feats: It can seat six people, is claimed to be bulletproof (both in the body and the glass), and comes with adjustable ride height. The bed, though Tesla insists on calling it the “vault,” is 6.5 feet long. There’s an on-board air compressor, and an outlet that allows users to run power tools or simply charge their laptop far off the grid by drawing electricity from the battery pack.

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