Fast technology November 28 news, according to foreign media reports,Tesla's much-anticipated all-electric Cybertruck will officially open for delivery on December 1.
Interestingly, according to Javier Vedula, Tesla's director of product design:Only 10 new cars were delivered, and the owners were all Tesla employees.
It is worth mentioning that in the latest US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) documents show that:Tesla will no longer offer a base model with a single motor, leaving only a two-motor version and a three-motor version.
This will undoubtedly result in many bookers being forced to cancel their bookings.
It can be seen that although the vehicle has been officially delivered, other users still need a long time to wait for their own Cybertruck.
At the moment,The two-motor and three-motor versions are priced at $49,900 and $59,900, respectively, equivalent to about 357,000 and 428,000 yuan.
Since it's been four years since the data was released, so，After accounting for inflation, the Cybertruck dual-motor version is likely to start at around $60,000, while the Cybertruck Tri Motor is likely to start at around $85,000.
That's just speculation, though, as Tesla hasn't provided any news on pricing yet.