Tesla has long been open to the idea of building an electric pick up truck. However, the time frame of when we can expect to see on has long been a mystery. Recently, Elon Musk has given us a clearer idea of when that will be through his Twitter account.

Elon Musk has publicly promised that the long-awaited Tesla Pickup truck will be made “right after” the Model Y crossover arrives between 2019 and 2020. This gives us a much better idea of what Tesla is shooting for in terms of getting an electric pickup out on the streets.

Musk has also agreed to tackle a number of new features for existing cars. Most notably, he gave the nod to tech investor Jason Calacanis’ request for an alert that lets your family know when your Tesla should arrive home. He also liked a request to use all the onboard cameras as dashcams, sign recognition and even a “Disco Mode” that would pulse the ambient lighting in sync with your music.

While many of the features are going to take quite a bit of work, the public is quite excited that a Tesla pick up truck is coming closer to fruition.

 

 

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