If you’re eyeing a last-minute Cybertruck order, you might hit a roadblock. Tesla’s Cybertruck landing page isn’t open for orders, opting instead for a countdown clock, teasing the much-awaited Thursday launch event.
Tesla’s Gigafactory Set to Deliver 10 Cybertruck
The spotlight is on Tesla’s Texas Gigafactory, set to deliver the first batch of 10 Cybertrucks on Thursday. This momentous occasion marks the culmination of a four-year journey since the truck’s initial debut, fueling the excitement for what’s to come.
Production gears kicked into action earlier this year, unleashing a series of tantalizing Cybertruck sightings. Yet, on the eve of the delivery extravaganza, Tesla remains tight-lipped on official specs and pricing, leaving eager order holders in the shadows.
Musk’s strategy for Tesla’s entry into the competitive US pickup truck market is still a well-guarded secret, heightening the mystery surrounding this futuristic vehicle.
In a surprising move, Tesla has halted new orders, sparking speculation about the Cybertruck’s market impact. The recent withdrawal of a $50,000 resale fee raised eyebrows, signaling potential uniqueness in Tesla’s approach. Automotive pundits suggest such fees are typically reserved for exclusive, limited-run models.
It is to be seen what Tesla has in store for us and we can get hold of those ideas livestream the launch event at 3 p.m. ET on YouTube and X (formerly Twitter). It’s a front-row seat to witness Musk’s vision unfold in real-time, adding a tech-savvy twist to the traditional vehicle debut.