Tesla Semi updated prototypes sighted testing on freeway

Last April, Elon Musk noted that Tesla would start producing the Semi on 2023.

They are Continuous testing of the all-electric Class 8 vehicles on public roads.

In previous years when Semi sightings were far and between the vehicles were sighted seemingly in random parts of the United States.

A new sighting of the Tesla Semi was posted online A few days ago.

But at this time it was not just one Semi that was spotted on the road.

At this time the sighting involved twin Tesla Semi units both of which were sporting the company’s updated designs for the all-electric Class 8 truck.

EV enthusiast Timothy Williamson  noted that he sighted the trucks as he was headed west on Highway 80 near Donner Lake.

The trucking market is vast, and it is also responsible for a notable amount of emissions per year.

The Teal Semi will be fitted with four independent rear motors on its rear axles.

It is also designed to be extremely energy-efficient, consuming less than 2 kWh per mile.

Tesla estimates that Semi customers could achieve savings of up to $200,000 per year.

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