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No.And neither does the no resale policy, if Tesla under prices the vehicle at launch, which is the only reason they would need a no resale clause.
That both breaks their good will with reservation holders, and it reduces their overall sales.
The fewer trucks that are flipped, the faster Tesla can get through the reservation list and away from those expectations, allowing them price freedom.
Until then, flippers are taking money now that Tesla could claim at some point. (They're also accelerating depreciation, too, by filling the secondary market.)
That is a different agreement. For ordering a reservation slot, not for buying a vehicle.Hmmm something is not matching.
Go to https://www.tesla.com/cybertruck/design#payment, click on the Cybertruck Pre-Order Agreement.
The agreement post to the forum shows a 2022 year date.
The one that comes up is a 2023 year date.
this is what it shows me. (No restrictions listed for reselling it)
It's a completely different document.