The trucks will support the soda company’s Sacramento, California beverage plant as a well as it’s Modesto, California factory for the Frito-Lay snack brand, according to Pepsi.
A Pepsi spokeswoman declined to say how many Tesla trucks will be delivered, saying in an email “we will provide more details once we have taken delivery.”
Musk announced the planned December 1 delivery inn a Twitter post Thursday night, calling the truck “super fun to drive.”
He first announced the vehicle in 2017, targeting production two years later. But the timeframe has been pushed back several times amid supply chain problems.