It’s starting to sound like a broken record now, but Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk has once again taken to Twitter to say that its upcoming all-electric pick-up truck is on track for a November launch.

When asked on Twitter if Musk still plans on revealing the pick-up in November, the South African billionaire simply said “no change.” As of now, details of the pick-up is still kept under wraps, but prices are tipped to start at under US$50,000 (RM209k), with Musk saying that it will outperform the industry’s best-selling vehicle, the Ford F series.

He even went as far as to claim that the pick-up will look pretty sci-fi, outperform the Ford F-150 in terms of truck-like functionalities, and be a better sports car than a standard Porsche 911. It doesn’t make sense, but the Tesla pick-up is set to get a dual-motor all-wheel drive system as standard with adjustable suspension.

Other features include power outlets for heavy-duty, 240-volt tools, as well as a large battery pack that offers up to 805 km of driving range, if not more. Lastly, Musk said that the pick-up would have a 300,000-pound (136,078 kg) towing capacity, which again, does not make sense.

Those aside, it seems like the Tesla pick-up is happening for real. Musk did say that he was dying to the pick-up for a long time and has had the core design and engineering elements in his mind for almost five years. So, who here wants one?