Do you think the long-delayed Tesla Cybertruck will finally arrive in 2023?
I think you've been waiting around Rivian production ramp up too long, like me.Is there a "hell-no" option? LOL
I guess it depends on what qualifies as "arriving". They "MIGHT" be able to get a couple into Tesla employee hands before the end of next year, just to say they did it, as they did with several other cars. But actual availability and delivery of orders to the common folks and a volume of more than a couple of trucks per week, will be mid-2024.
Well, the reservations details released by Tesla shows that around 45% are tri-motor (before the change to quad) at $70K, and 48% are dual motor at $50K, or only about 8% the basic model at $40K.this is going to be fun to watch.
A crazy ugly truck sold to reservation holders as a sub-$40,000
this thing is going to roll off the production line and you will feel the wave of cancellations happen.
this is going to be $100,000+ trash can on wheels
Maybe- time will tell if all the attention and reservations actually pan out.Well, the reservations details released by Tesla shows that around 45% are tri-motor (before the change to quad) at $70K, and 48% are dual motor at $50K, or only about 8% the basic model at $40K.
Clearly things have changed and the top variant probably is over $100K and dual-motor at $80K or so. Will that cause wave of cancellation? Maybe but even if they lost 50% of the reservations, its still north of 600k~700K trucks.
The Cybertruck is still the most anticipated EV according to most trade publications. Its just not catering to Rivian demographic customers.