The Tesla Semi showed its face at trucking giant J.B. Hunt

In recent weeks, Tesla Semi prototype sightings have become even more frequent. We've seen these vehicles all across California, but also at locations thousands of miles away from its Fremont, California home.

Last week, a Semi prototype was caught while traveling across the Southwest. Even though the sheer distance traveled would be newsworthy all on its own, the location the truck visited prompts it even more. The Semi was caught at the headquarters of Tesla Semi customer, trucking giant J.B. Hunt.

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Furthermore, Reddit user freakonomics3415 got a closer look:

The events revolving around the Tesla Semi in the recent few weeks make us believe the electric truck is its final stages of development and testing. Furthermore, the vehicle visiting the HQ of one of their potentially biggest customers could mean some new big orders are going to flow in.

When talking about the event, Musk made a snickering comment about the Tesla Semi's "required" 1,000-mile extension cord on Twitter.

With a market reveal coming up next year, it still remains to be seen how many Semis will be ordered. Additionally, the diesel truck competition doesn't believe that Tesla can bring on the needed electric truck economics as early as next year. But, we've learned from the past product reveals that Elon Musk loves to prove people wrong. So, expect him to do so again this time around.

Source: Electrek