On Tuesday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk updated his first electric pickup Cybertruck booking on Twitter, according tomedia reports. He said Cybertruck had booked 250,000, less than a week after the company unveiled the electric pickup.
In recent days, Musk has been updating bookings for Cybertruck’s electric pickup truck on social media. In the early hours of Saturday morning, he revealed that Cybertruck had booked 146,000 vehicles. Later, in the early hours of Sunday morning, he said the electric pickup had been booked at 187,000 units. On Monday, he updated his booking on Twitter, saying Cybertruck had 200,000 bookings. At cost, these pre-orders would be worth more than $10 billion at the time.
On Friday, Tesla officially unveiled its first electric pickup, but many of its features were not mentioned at the time.
More recently, Musk has been revealing more about cybertruck electric pickups. For example, he previously confirmed on Twitter that Tesla’s electric pickup Cybertruck would have a camping version. And he hinted that the company might build a smaller Cybertruck electric pickup truck in the future.