There is still no precise date of arrival on the market but Tesla Cybertruck seems to have convinced everyone equally. The confirmation lies in the numbers, with the electric pick-up of the company led by Elon Musk which reached 1.2 million pre-orders, an incredible figure for a model with an edgy and one-of-a-kind look. Yet in the United States the design of Tesla Cybertruck is liked and also a lot, with the South African billionaire at the head of the Palo Alto company who can not help but smile at what promises to be another great success. To better understand the boom in requests received by Tesla pickup just compare them with the pre-bookings of the Ford F-150 Lightning which stopped at a total of 120,000 units.
The Cybertruck’s popularity has surpassed the number of registrations of most pickup trucks on the market with pre-orders, with Tesla’s future model still having ample room for growth. The Tesla Cybertruck will be priced starting at $ 39,900, with the entry-level version which should guarantee a range of at least 250 miles on a single charge, about 400 km. The Dual Motor model will have a starting cost of $ 49,900, with a mileage range of 300 miles, approximately 480km. Top of the range there will be the Tri Motor, with a price of at least $ 69,900 and a range of 800 km.
Customers who have shown a concrete interest will still have to put their hearts in peace, Tesla Cybertruck won’t hit the road until at least 2022 and at that point it will be necessary to understand if there will be a more precise date regarding marketing. As explained several times by Elon Musk, the top priority of the brand specializing in electric cars will be to produce the Model Y, with the new pick-up that will be postponed as soon as the sites are able to guarantee adequate rhythms. It matters little, Musk has once again managed to land a winning shot from a marketing point of view.