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Four years later and we’re not getting a $40,000 Cybertruck with a 500-mile range. Instead, Tesla finally delivered its

Tesla’s website mentions a bunch of accessories for the Cybertruck, including the Basecamp instant tent, light bars that shine up to 525 yards, and all-terrain tires. We’re not sure the pricing for these add-ons, but people have already gotten a look at them during the delivery event.


You can forget snagging a Cybertruck for anywhere close to $40,000. The starting price for the entry-level model will be around $60,990 and will deliver sometime in 2025. In the middle, the all-wheel drive model starts at $79,990 and will come out next year. Finally, the most expensive trim, the Cyberbeast, starts at $99,990 and we can expect the rollout sometime also in 2024.

If you’re still sold on the Cybertruck, you can still make a $250 deposit that’s fully refundable. Keep in mind that even though Tesla delivered the first models today, it’ll likely be a while until you get yours. During a third-quarter earnings call, Musk said that reservation holders should “temper expectations” since it will take a while to ramp up to a 125,000 per year production capacity. He added that Tesla should hit 250,000 Cybertrucks delivered in a year around 2025.

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