This video was captured during the recent Tesla Semi trip from the Gigfactory to the automaker's Fremont facility.
The Tesla Semi is expected to go into production in 2019 but so far, its only public appearance has been at the launch event.
In the photo description, Musk said that the two trucks were on their first production cargo trip, carrying battery packs from Tesla's factory in Nevada to its auto factory in California. As we mentioned in a previous report, Tesla is now working with some of its biggest Semi buyers such as PepsiCo, UPS, and Anheuser-Busch, to build on-site charging stations for the electric long-haulers.
Two days later, the electric trucks were spotted in Fremont after having been spotted at a Supercharger station near Sacremento a day before.
The chargers, presumably Tesla's high-powered Megachargers, are set to be installed at key locations frequently visited by fleet operators.
Just a few days after completing its first cargo trip, a Tesla Semi electric truck has now been spotted all the way in St-Louis at a Supercharger station. Here are the pictures taken by Feller, who was fortunate enough to capture what could very well be the closest look at the Tesla Semi's details to date.
The Tesla Semi will be produced in two versions, a base model with a 300-mile range and an extended range version that can go up to 500 miles on a charge.