According to a crowdsourced list on the Cybertruck Owners Club forum, the number of customers booking Tesla Cybertruck as of March 31 was about 622,000, according tomedia reports. In November, Tesla CEO Elon Musk updated data showing that the electric pickup was about 372,000 units.
In addition, the U.S. is the largest market for electric pickups, accounting for 76 percent of all bookings, with California accounting for 13 percent of all bookings, followed by Texas at 6 percent and Florida at 5 percent. Globally, Canada came in second with 10 per cent of orders, Australia with 3 per cent and the remaining 11 per cent by the REST of the world, such as the UK, Germany and Norway.
Of these orders, the vast majority of consumers choose dual or three-motor versions. The former option accounted for 49% of all orders, compared with 42% for the latter. As the cheapest version of the car, the single-motor version accounts for only 8% of the order.
For those who book better and more expensive models, the good news is that Tesla will prioritize production of these models. Three of the motor versions will be put into production by the end of 2021, and the dual motor and single-motor versions will be put into production by the end of 2022. Currently, the starting prices for the single and three-motor versions have been announced, at $39,900 and $69,900, respectively.