While there is a polarisation of the tesla’s Cybertruck pickup’s shape design, there are still plenty of people booking. The Tesla Enthusiast Community has estimated the top 10 states in the United States. Tesla’s much-anticipated electric pickup Cybertruck is released in November 2019.
The external understanding of the design of the two cars is not small, so its evaluation is not the same. But that doesn’t affect it by attracting a lot of attention and booking.
After the announcement, Tesla began accepting a $100 deposit to book the pickup. Elon Musk, Tesla’s chief executive, announced that the company had received more than 250,000 bookings in just one week after Cybertruck’s launch.
Tesla has since stopped updating Cybertruck booking data, but estimates on the popular Cybertruck forum that the pickup is now available at 450,000 to 500,000 vehicles.
The CybertruckTalk.com forum currently has 1,400 Cybertruck subscribers sharing their information, and it has been keeping relevant records:
“From data from more than 1,400 members of the Tesla Enthusiast Community and the data they shared with CybertruckTalk.com, we can see which states in the U.S. are booking Cybertruck more.” While Tesla has yet to officially release CyberTruck booking stakes by region, those shared data show where CyberTruck is most popular. It’s no surprise that California is the most popular state for pickups, but some of the other states on the list may surprise you. “
Here are the top 10 states with the highest bookings for Cybertruck:
New York (2.68%)
North Carolina (2.32%)
Obviously, California is the largest market, with electric pickups and electric cars popular locally, but other states are not really big markets in terms of Cybertruck bookings.
According to statistics, only 17% of subscribers want Cybertruck’s single-motor version. The model is cheaper, starting at just $40,000. The number of people booking the dual-motor version and the three-motor version is comparable, with a slightly higher price, starting at about $50,000.
Tesla said it plans to launch two more high-end Cybertruck models by the end of 2021. The two electric trucks will have a range of between 300 and 500 miles (about 483 to 805 kilometers) and will be available in dual and three-motor versions, starting at $49,000.