- Tesla will give an update on its electric Cybertruck in its fourth-quarter earnings on January 26.
- Elon Musk said in December that a product roadmap update would happen on the next earnings call.
- Tesla removed the 2022 production date for Cybertruck off its website last month.
Elon Musk's Tesla is expected to give a roadmap update on its Cybertruck electric pickup truck in two weeks.
The electric vehicle company announced on Wednesday that it will post its financial results for the fourth quarter of 2021 on January 26.
Musk's tweet in November indicated that he would be present at Tesla's fourth-quarter investor presentation after being absent from the third-quarter results in October.
Tesla's Cybertruck was due to start shipping last year but the company's website showed in August that production would begin in 2022.
Now, Tesla has removed the dates about Cybertruck production from its website, auto site Edmunds first reported.
Insider reviewed the Cybertruck order page and saw that it used to say: "You will be able to complete your configuration as production nears in 2022." In mid-December, the date was replaced with "as production nears."
Musk said during Tesla's fourth-quarter earnings call in January 2021 that the first Cybertrucks would ship in 2021 only "if we get lucky," but he expected volume production to be in 2022.