Twin Tesla Semi updated prototypes sighted testing on freeway

Elon Musk stated during the Cyber Rodeo event in April of last year that Tesla would start making the Semi in 2023.

Continuous testing of the Class 8 all-electric vehicles on public roads raises the possibility that this is unquestionably the case.

One of PepsiCo's customers for the Tesla Semi is the company's Modesto location, where multiple Megachargers have already been set up.

A new sighting of the Tesla Semi was reported online a few days ago. However, more than one Semi was noticed on the road this time.

This time, two Tesla Semi units were spotted, and both of them were decked out in the brand's modernized Class 8 all-electric truck designs.

Timothy Williamson, an EV fan who posted the video of the two Semi trucks, said he saw the vehicles while traveling west on Highway 80 close to Donner Lake.

Many comments on the EV enthusiast's post claimed that the twin Tesla Semis may be traveling to PepsiCo's Modesto facility in light of the direction in which the cars were traveling.

The Tesla Semi may be one of the products in the company's lineup that has been most delayed, but it also has the most potential to cause upheaval.