Less than 48 hours after the launch of Tesla Cybertruck, Elon Musk said Saturday the company had got 146,000 orders for its Cybertruck even after a window breaking launch
The refundable deposit is only $100, which is quite less than the $1,000 deposit for Model 3, and customers can complete their configuration when production nears in 2021. Elon Musk said in his tweet that 42% of people opted for the dual-motor option, 41% had opted for the triple-motor option, and 17% opted for a single-motor version. The prices are $49,900 for dual-motor, $69,900 for triple-motor, and $39,900 for the single-motor variant. Production of the triple-motor variant is expected to begin in late 2022.
Tesla has a history for launching a vehicle, customers excited and paying deposits for it which delivers years later. Tesla’s Semi truck and the next-generation Roadster were showed two years ago but are nowhere near production. Tesla’s reservation lists are a long source of investors, analytics, technological enthusiasts and skeptics and are often used for reviewing the amount of demand.
Tesla Cybertruck’s sturdiness was shown on stage by hitting its steel door with a mallet, and it’s windows with a metallic ball which failed as it cracked right away