According to a crowdsourced data tracker, there are currently over 1.9 million orders for the much-awaited Tesla Cybertruck. Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, said earlier this week during an earnings call that demand for the Cybertruck is “so off the hook, you can’t even see the hook.”
Tesla expects to manufacture 375,000 Cybertrucks annually at maximum capacity, thus new orders could take up to 5 years to be delivered. Although it is possible that when the planned plant is operational in a few years, the Cybertruck may also be constructed at Giga Mexico, the Cybertruck is now produced at Giga Texas.
Whether or when the Cybertruck is made available outside of North America will be an interesting development.
In May 2021, there were 1 million pre-orders for the Cybertruck, which means that bookings have almost doubled in the last two years. The 350-mile range of the electric truck is said to be its first feature. A top-of-the-line quad-motor Cybertruck with a 620-mile range was promised back when it was unveiled in November 2019. According to a number of sources, however, it currently looks improbable that this version will go into production.