Tesla keeps receiving more orders for its new electric semi trucks.
After Budweiser’s parent company placed a large 40-truck order yesterday, we now learn that Sysco beat them with 10 more Tesla Semi trucks on the same day.
Sysco, which has the largest food service distribution network in the world, confirmed the order of 50 Tesla Semi trucks during their investor day yesterday (hat tip to Brian Brophy).
The effort is part of their plan to adopt new technologies in their distribution network in order to increase efficiency.
While it’s one of Tesla’s biggest reported orders of trucks yet, it’s actually only a small update of Sysco’s fleet, which includes over 7,000 trucks in operation.
After Tesla revealed the pricing of its electric semi trucks last month, we learned that the regular production versions for the 300-mile and 500-mile range versions will be $150,000 and $180,000 respectively, while the company is also listing …