November 29 (UPI) — Electric car maker Tesla launched its electric pickup Cybertruck on Thursday local time, according tomedia reports. The first day after the opening of the reservation, Tesla received orders for 146,000 vehicles, rising to 187,000 the next day, and reaching 250,000 on Wednesday local time.
Analysts expect bookings for Tesla’s electric pickups to stabilize, with the final number expected to be around 270,000.
It is Brett Winton, head of research at ARK Investments, who is expected to stabilize bookings for Tesla’s electric pickups, who gave their estimates for cybertruck bookings on Thursday local time and analyzed the current availability of them.
According to the data given by Brett Winton, from the 21st to the 26th, is the Tesla electric pickup booking growth is more obvious stage, but after the 26th reached 250,000 vehicles, the growth rate will slow significantly.
If the final booking of Tesla’s electric pickup struck is as stable as Brett Winton’s estimate of, it means the electric car is far less popular with consumers than the Model 3, which was launched three years ago. Tesla’s Model 3, launched at the end of March 2016, had more than 450,000 pre-production bookings.
The electric pickup, the Cybertruck, was launched by Tesla at a launch on Thursday, local time, and is available in three versions of the single-motor rear-wheel-drive version, the dual-motor all-wheel drive version and the three-motor all-wheel drive version, with a range of 250 miles (402 kilometers) 300 miles (482.8 km) and 500 miles (804.7 km) at $399,000, without buying fully autonomous driving. $499,000 and $699,000, with the first two versions expected to start mass production by the end of 2021 and the three-motor all-wheel drive version expected to begin mass production by the end of 2022.