Elon Musk introduces the Tesla Cybertruck on Thursday. Photo: Frederic J. Brown/AFP via Getty Images
Yes, but: The orders require only a $100 refundable deposit, so these numbers are an interesting but imperfect gauge of how many Cybertrucks Tesla will ultimately sell.
The big picture: Tesla expects production to begin in late 2021, with output on the high-end version to start a year later. Per Axios' Ben Geman, there are three models:
- A base single-motor rear-wheel-drive model starting at $39,900 with a 250-mile range; a dual-motor all-wheel-drive version with a 300-mile range that starts at $49,000; and a top-end "tri-motor" all-wheel-drive version that starts at $69,900 that can travel 500 miles on a full charge.
- The high-end model goes from 0 to 60 in 2.9 seconds and has a towing capacity north of 14,000 pounds, Tesla said. The base model tows at least 7,500 pounds and goes from 0 to 60 in 6.5 seconds.
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Editor's note: This article has been updated with new information on the deposit amount for the Cybertruck.