The Tesla boss has announced on Twitter that he will unveil the vehicle at the firm's SpaceX rocket factory in Los Angeles in two week.
He wrote: "Cybertruck unveil on Nov 21 in LA near SpaceX rocket factory."
He also teased that the truck is inspired by the sci-fi classic 'Blade Runner', which happened to be set in November 2019 by sharing a video of the 1982 blockbuster's opening credits.
He added: "The date is strangely familiar ..."
The firm's billionaire CEO took to Twitter back in September to respond to a user who asked if he could unveil the new vehicle before the end of October.
And the businessman replied: "November most likely."
The all-electric truck was teased during a Model Y reveal event in March.
No much else is known about the motor, other than Musk calling it a "cyberpunk truck" and it will have a range of between 400 and 500 miles from a single charge.