Is Elon Musk Planning A Surprise For The Tesla Semi Unveiling?

Tesla CEO Elon Musk recently announced the company will unveil its new semi truck on October 26th and it now appears the executive could have a few surprises up his sleeve.

Nothing is official at this point but The Drive speculates the executive could take a cue from the late Steve Jobs and have a “one more thing” moment.

The thing in question is a mystery but Musk has previously told shareholders he recommends people show up to the event as “maybe there is a little more than we are saying here.” That could simply mean the company will reveal new details about the semi or it might be a hint at something more interesting.

Musk certainly hasn’t been shy about the company’s future plans as the executive has mentioned a handful of upcoming models including an entry-level Model Y crossover, an unnamed truck, and a new Roadster. More recently, Musk responded to a tweet asking about a light-duty pickup by saying “What if we just made a mini version of the Tesla Semi?”

The semi will obviously be the focus of the upcoming event but it is possible the company could tease one of these upcoming models.

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