In 2021, we have seen an influx of new electric vehicles, rising prices for used cars and semiconductor shortages that will continue to affect registrations throughout 2022. The automotive industry will face a number of challenges in the new year 2022.
Nevertheless, one can put aside pessimism and bet on a more positive vision. Not in vain, there is some news that can be realized in the next twelve months and that all players in the automotive industry, to a greater or lesser extent, want to see.
It's been three years since Elon Musk introduced the Tesla Cybertruck: "yes, that was in 2019" when something went wrong. Since then, according to the company, they have accumulated over a million reservations and an uncertain future, so no one knows when we will see it on the streets.
A few days ago, a drone filmed on the test track the unit that Tesla has at the factory in Fremont (California). A copy, which, by the way, sported some changes like physical mirrors or a huge windshield wiper instead of the already patented laser system. The truth is that a lot has changed since Elon Musk's electric truck prototype was known: could it make the same impression if it was unveiled to the public in 2022?