Back in November 2019, Tesla unveiled one of their most controversial cars to date – the Tesla Cybertruck. Between Rivian and electric trucks from GM and Ford, Tesla’s Cybertruck won’t lack for competition in the electric vehicles pickup market. And despite its controversial design – more on that in a second – the Cybertruck is already shaping up to be a great seller for the American automaker.
According to data crowdsourced by more than 1800 members of the Tesla enthusiast community, and shared with CybertruckTalk.com, reveals the top countries for Cybertruck reservations.
Top 10 Countries for Cybertruck Pre-Orders
1. United States (76.25%)
2. Canada (10.43%)
3. Australia (3.16%)
4. United Kingdom (1.39%)
5. Norway (1.11%)
6. Germany (1.05%)
7. Sweden (0.83%)
8. Netherlands (0.67%)
9. France (0.44%)
10. Iceland (0.44%)
As expected, the U.S. leads the pack with an overwhelming 76%, followed by Canada, and again expected, Australia. Norway and Netherlands are further down the list, despite being some of the largest markets for electric vehicles.
Of course, the data sample is fairly small, so the results could be skewed, but nonetheless, it’s inline with the expectations.
The Tesla Cybertruck will go on sale with a projected starting price of $39,900. That starting price will be for a single-motor, rear-drive truck with 250 miles of range, a 6.5-second 0-60 time with a top speed of 110 mph, and a 7,500-pound towing capacity. For $49,900, you can get a dual-motor Cybertruck, with all-wheel drive and 300 miles of range.
It also gets a 4.5-second 0-60 time with a top speed of 120 mph, and a 10,000-pound towing capacity.
The top Cybertruck costs $69,900, coming with a tri-motor, all-wheel drive, 500 miles of range, a 2.9-second 0-60 time, with a top speed of 130 mph, and a 14,000-pound tow rating.
The Tesla Cybertruck is an interesting idea, as it boasts some very impressive specs and unique ideas. Its design is highly controversial and unusual. The shapes are squarish all around, with unconventional shapes binding together. But maybe that’s the appeal of the Cybertruck and once again, Elon Musk might know something we don’t.