Isn't the number like 200,000?This design is just stupid... Remember the Pontiac Aztek... What is Amazing is that there are over 10k pre-orders for this awful looking truck.
I doubt it but because they lowered the deposit to only $100 and its refundable I am sure numbers will be exaggerated. If they put a $1000 deposit or something more realistic I think we might be able to see a more accurate number.Isn't the number like 200,000?
Tesla would be wise to reveal the early reservation number in order to prove to skeptics that the Cybertruck will appeal to many people.insideevs.com
This side of it has a flux capacitor, they can have it. This thing looks like they just got some 1st grader to draw it and just went with it.Folks are changing there tune quickly the more they learn.
The the truck bed cover can be a solar roof. 15 miles a day charging.
The design is definitely a head turner (would love to drive one given its power specs).Teslas have become pretty common down here in S. Florida. If nothing else, I can see this being popular down here just because its a head turner.
Only because Elon reduced the deposit from $2500>$2000>1000>$100. It's only $100 bucks now. The Model 3 had over 300,000 preorders.This design is just stupid... Remember the Pontiac Aztek... What is Amazing is that there are over 10k pre-orders for this awful looking truck.
This is all true !!!! HVAC just kills the range on these cars. Elon just announced a solar tonneau option for the p/u that'll give 13 more miles. ( allegedly).The design is definitely a head turner (would love to drive one given its power specs).
A warmer climate such as FL would be a great place to to have an all electric vehicle where you can actually get its rated battery capacity (at least without A/C running). In a New England winter the useful battery capacity drops dramatically (as noted in the article below). Also, before signing on the dotted line to take delivery be sure to call your insurance carrier as you may find the annual insurance premiums shocking vs your regular vehicle (see link below where Tesla has tried in CA to begin its own insurance program to mitigate the costs).
"At 95 degrees, range dropped 4% without use of air conditioning, and fell by 17% when the cabin was cooled, the study found. For example, AAA's testers determined that the Tesla's range when fully charged at 75 degrees was 239 miles, but it fell 91 miles, or 38%, at 20 degrees. . . Feb 7, 2019"
The average cost of car insurance for a Tesla is $4,352 per year, based on our research. The cheapest 2019 Tesla to insure is the Model 3, while the most expensive Tesla to insure is the Model X.www.valuepenguin.com