Tesla starts hiring push for Cybertruck team at Austin gigafactory

Tesla is starting to hire workers at its Gigafactory in Texas specifically for the production of its Cybertruck, according to listings on Tesla’s careers website.

Last March, Tesla confirmed its goal to complete Cybertruck development this year for production in 2023 after pushing back the timeline several times since the original announcement that the truck would be ready by the end of 2021.

A statement from CEO Elon Musk followed in June, with Musk saying Tesla is aiming for a production start date of somewhere in mid-2023.

Tesla currently has six job listings related explicitly to the Cybertruck, including a production lead and five new listings for Cybertruck BIW, or “Body in White.” The phrase describes the step in the production process where the vehicle’s body is assembled.

The Cybertruck’s design includes an exoskeleton-stainless steel body, unlike other manufacturers’ typical body frame and panels.

Specifically, Tesla is hiring a Dimensional Engineer, Manufacturing Operations Leader, Senior Equipment Engineer, Dimensional Engineering Manager, Equipment Engineer Manager, and Senior Equipment Engineer Robotics.

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