The Tesla Semi electric truck prototype went through a series of winter tests in Alaska before being put into mass production. The truck returned from the test was viewed on a vehicle.
Tesla, owned by Elon Musk, continues to work for Semi electric truck it is preparing to launch. The model, which was reported to be on the production line, though limited in the second half of 2020, was displayed while returning from the test drive. Tesla in January; He released an announcement about the test schedule, improvements, and timeline for Semi.
The first release date announced for Tesla Semi was late 2019. The e-mail stated that the limited production of the fully electric truck will begin in the second half of 2020. The email also noted that the vehicle is planned to start the winter testing program soon, and the following statements were used: “In the short term, winter tests will be carried out for several weeks to verify the performance of trucks in cold weather and low traction conditions.”
Tesla Semi returned from the winter test:
A month later, a photograph of the Tesla Semi prototype probably suggesting that it was going for the winter test in Alaska appeared. Now, Semi’s photo taken on the way back from Alaska has been shared on Reddit. It is stated that the vehicle carrying the electric truck covered with dust is Alaska license plate. So claims that the truck has passed the winter test in Alaska are getting stronger.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced that Semi will be equipped with a quad engine unit based on engines that power the Model 3. The electric truck, which is expected to have a range of more than 800 kilometers, can travel more than 650 kilometers on a 40-minute charge.
Although Tesla Semi is said to enter the production line in the second half of 2020, the US-based company is expected to announce other information about production as the date approaches. There is no information yet on where to manufacture the electric truck, but Tesla can perform this production at Gigafactory, a lithium-ion battery and electric vehicle assembly plant near Nevada.