Tesla's got another big bruiser coming -- and this one won't just be for businesses.
That's still some time away given Musk said the Model Y should go into production "18 to 24 months."." In April, he also promised the pickup truck will be unveiled in "
In a separate tweet, Musk added the truck should be "slightly bigger" than an F150 to accommodate a supposedly game-changing feature, although he didn't elaborate on what that will be.
Musk's tweet comes a little more than a month after Tesla unveiled its all-electric commercial Semi truck. This has drawn attention from the likes of logistics and transportation firms such as DHL, Titanium and UPS.
The Tesla Semi comes with just a few moving parts, burns no gas and theoretically won't ever need its brakes replacing. It can cover 500 miles on a charge while carrying a load, and features an advanced version of Tesla's Autopilot, which makes it one of the smartest trucks on the road.
Tesla did not immediately respond to CNET's request for comment.
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