The Tesla website's fine print confirms that the futuristic Cybertruck will take longer to be delivered.The prototype for an electric light-duty truck was revealed in November 2019. It was expected to be produced by the end 2021. The Cybertruck order page at Tesla stated that the Cybertruck will allow you to finish your configuration as production closes in the latter part of 2021. Production of Single Motor RWD is expected to start in the latter part of 2022.This changed on Saturday morning. The website now says: "You'll be able complete your configuration as production closes in 2022."For the dual-motor and tri-motor configurations, 2022 is most likely. The most expensive configuration, the tri-motor, starts at $69,900. However, it provides the longest range, at 500 miles. Production of the single-motor truck ($39,900) was originally scheduled for 2022. However, it could be delayed further due to new delays.Elon Musk, Tesla CEO, has discussed redesigns, supply chain issues and manufacturing challenges for the truck. The Cybertruck will go to the new Tesla factory in Austin. The pickup is still being constructed so it's unclear when production will begin in 2022.SEE ALSO : Tesla raises Model S's priceThe delay has not stopped 1.25 million reservations, which are $100 per pop and fully refundable, from pouring in for the futuristic pickup. Mashable reached Tesla for clarification about the timing change. We'll update this story if they respond.