3 New Tesla models coming in 2023 (Semi, Cybertruck, Roadster)

3 New Tesla models coming in 2023 (Semi, Cybertruck, Roadster)

New Tesla models launch in 2023 and preparing a surprise for 2024.

Tesla’s range currently has four models: the compact Model 3 sedan and its SUV derivative, the Model Y, and the two large Model S (sedan) and Model X (SUV), which have just returned to the European catalog of the Californian brand. But while Elon Musk’s manufacturer continues to grow in sales worldwide, Tesla is preparing to market other critical new products. And three of these essential novelties are due to arrive in 2023 after many delays.

The First of the 3 Tesla models is Cybertruck

The first of these novelties will be the Cybertruck, this famous pick-up with an utterly crazy design that will finally be found in concessions in its final version. Unveiled for the first time in 2019, the Cybertruck has not yet specified its price list. Above all, we still do not know if it will come to Europe (recent rumors in the hallway evoked a possible incompatibility with the safety standards of our market ).

Tesla Cybertruck Single Motor RWD Specs

Tesla Cybertruck Single Motor RWD Specifications
Years of Production 2021
Country of Manufacture USA (Tesla)
Accel. 0-100 km/h 6.7 s
Battery 100 kWh

Tesla Cybertruck Single Motor RWD Battery and Charging
Range EPA 402 (250 )
Range WLTP – (0 )
Battery pack capacity 100 kWh
Max charging power (AC) 11 kW
Max charging power (DC) 250 kW
Avg. charging speed (DC) ~0 km/h

Tesla Cybertruck Single Motor RWD Powertrain
Accel. 0-100 km/h 6.7 s
Top speed 193 km/h (110 mph)
Engine power N/A
Engine torque N/A
Efficiency INF kWh/100 km
Drive Type RWD
Motor type N/A

Tesla Cybertruck Single Motor RWD Body and Chassis
Number of seats 6
Dimensions (LxWxH) 5885 x 2027 x 1905 mm
Wheelbase N/A
Curb weight N/A
Cargo volume 2832 l
Towing capacity 3402 kg

The second of the 3 Tesla models is Tesla Roadster

The second Tesla launched in 2023 will be the Roadster, a 2+2 sports car that shares the same first model name ever sold by the brand.

Tesla Roadster was presented as a prototype in 2017, the second-generation Tesla Roadster was initially scheduled to be available in 2020. However, this program, which is not a priority for Tesla, has accumulated delays, resulting in its launch being further postponed. And it shouldn’t hit stores until 2023. Still, it’s a long wait for fans and even longer for people who paid $50,000 to reserve a model. …

Delays in the supply chain
2021 has been the year of super crazy supply chain shortages, so it wouldn’t matter if we had 17 new products, as none would ship. Assuming 2022 is not mega drama, the new Roadster should ship in 2023.” Elon Musk said in a tweet posted on September 1.

As a reminder, the Tesla Roadster is not a cheap model; it will be sold for $200,000 when it is launched. However, Musk promises exceptional performance with a top speed that reaches 400 km / h, 0-100 km in 1.9 seconds, and even 1.1 seconds via a thruster (optional). This model will also be equipped with a new generation of batteries with a capacity of 200 kWh and a range of around 1,000 kilometers.

Tesla Roadster 2023 Specs

Tesla Roadster 2023 Specifications
Years of Production 2022
Country of Manufacture USA (Tesla)
Accel. 0-100 km/h 2.1 s
Range 1000 km
Battery 200 kWh


Tesla Roadster 2023 Battery and Charging
Range EPA 998 km (620 miles)
Range WLTP 1000 km (621 miles)
Battery pack capacity 200 kWh
Max charging power (AC) 22 kW
Max charging power (DC) 250 kW
Avg. charging speed (DC) ~875 km/h

Tesla Roadster 2023 Powertrain
Accel. 0-100 km/h 2.1 s
Top speed 400 km/h (0 mph)
Engine power 1341 hp (1000 kW)
Engine torque N/A
Efficiency 20 kWh/100 km
Drive Type AWD
Motor type N/A

Tesla Roadster 2023 Body and Chassis
Number of seats 4
Dimensions (LxWxH) N/A
Wheelbase N/A
Curb weight N/A
Cargo volume N/A
Towing capacity N/A

The last of the 3 Tesla models is Tesla Semi (The truck and even an autonomous robotaxi)

The third Tesla novelty of 2023 will not interest individuals: it will indeed be the big Semi truck.

Since 2017, Tesla has been planning the marketing of Semi, a 100% electric semi-trailer. But it must be said that the group has not yet achieved this objective so far, given that the launch has been postponed many times, as is the case for 2023, which looks rather good.

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In November of 2017, Tesla announced with great fanfare that Semi, it’s 100% electric semi-trailer, was born and should be on the road from 2019, which should be its first year on the market, which was not the case since the group postponed the operation several times by agreeing to a new deadline.

In that sense, this American giant has given itself until 2023 to achieve this. Moreover, the brand believes this time will be the right one, mainly considering reservations closed barely three months later.

Tesla Semi marketing could be in 2023

As mentioned above, 2019 was supposed to be the first year of Semi’s commercialization, as announced by Elon Musk in November of 2017. But since the group has just agreed on a new date for 2023, needless to say, this deadline has been postponed by As much as in recent years; the group has made sure not to make too many waves on the subject.

At least until last May, when the brand announced the opening of a pre-booking process with which interested customers can count on a mechanism reminiscent of leasing to seize their chance to become the owner of this model.

The fact is that initially, they will only have to pay $5,000 to fit into the list of lucky ones. An amount repayable within ten days, according to the company specifying that from there, the second payment of 15,000 dollars is planned on a total cost evolving between 150,000 and 180,000 dollars, depending on the range. A system crowned with success according to the company specifying that the operation has already been closed since mid-August.

Thus, everything suggests that this time, Tesla is closer to its goal, even if the situation presents a similar case in the period after the 2017 announcement. The one during which around twenty companies have already passed orders except for list Loblaw, Pepsi or even Walmart, and Anheuser-Busch.

The rumor also mentions a possible utility van in 2024, without counting on the affordable compact car project, which could quickly return to the market—front of the stage.