Electric vehicle juggernaut Tesla has reportedly changed the production timelines for the least expensive trims of the Tesla Cybertruck, according to a new report. The new timeline will start the production of three-motor all-wheel-drive Tesla Cybertruck in 2021, a year earlier than the announced date. The single-motor, rear-wheel-drive Cybertruck, will enter production in the late part of 2022, which is a year later that its original timeline.

Tesla seems to be following the strategy it used with the Tesla Model 3 sedan, where it released the more expensive trims first before the least expensive versions, reports Business Insider. The production of the three-motor all-wheel Tesla Cybertruck with a base price of $69,900 would commence in 2021, which is a year later than what the EV maker first announced. Despite its futuristic and never before seen design, the Tesla Cybertruck has attracted at least 250,000 pre-orders since it was unveiled last month.

While the overall design of the all-electric pickup truck from Tesla is divisive, it has listed the performance specs superior to other rival trucks in the market. The upcoming pickup truck has also attracted interests from various sectors of the government, particularly from the police force. Just a few days after it was launched, the Dubai police force shared on its official Twitter account an image of the Tesla Cybertruck with its logo.

The Dubai police force plans to include the all-electric pickup truck from Tesla to its one of its kind motor pool of luxurious police vehicles. Several days ago, another mayor in Mexico made a reservation for 15 units of the Tesla Cybertruck. The mayor also plans to use the Cybertruck as a police and community vehicle for their city.

One of the significant considerations for the mayor’s decision is the savings that the city would have if they shift to electric vehicles. Meanwhile, Tesla fans are still waiting for the rematch of the tug-of-war challenge between the Ford F-150 and the Tesla Cybertruck. Ford already said that it would not participate in the rematch.

However, Elon Musk, after Ford said that the first tug-of-war challenge was unfair, seems determined to redo the challenge and even suggested to put a load on both vehicles during the rematch.