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Hi Mike, thanks for sharing this. Using this, it looks like I might be higher up in the listNet Reservation Number that is quoted takes into account cancellations which accounts for the difference between raw position in line and predicted position in line. However, as a caveat, Tesla has been re-using cancelled reservation numbers - in those cases 'Net Reservation Number' will be misleading. This plot may be helpful in correlating where you might be in line given your date of order.
I've now seen an order number of 113371000 @10:44 PM CST on Twitter. The Twitterer said "OK, I caved, #Cybertruck The total number of reservations is then 113371000 - 112744299 = 626,700. "Administrator Update: As of March 30, 2020, the reservations spreadsheet (reference it below) shows 622k+ Cybertruck reservations since pre-ordering began on November 21, 2020!
The last time Elon Musk disclosed Cybertruck reservation figures was on November 26, 2019 when he tweeted that 250k pre-orders had been received. That means approximately 372k orders have been received since his last update.
To compare, the Model 3 received around 518,000 total reservations between its unveiling in April 2016 and August 2, 2017 (when Musk disclosed the gross reservation figure on Tesla’s Q2 2017 earnings call).
How to tell your place in line for the Cybertruck based on your reservation #:
Your order numbers is just a sequential number, starting at about 112744100 (the number that reservations began). So subtract that from your number for your (approximate) place in line. Keeping in mind the rollout will be regional, so your position in line is only good for your rollout region.
Here is a spreadsheet being updated by Aaron showing inputted reservation orders and the approximate # of reservations so far:
To enter your # into the spreadsheet go here: "https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1--6OR9ECwSwZdkOtWkuslJVCyAAfQv1e..."
(Be patient, it takes a few seconds to load).
Either way you are in a great position in line. Why worry? .
Remember, your order number and subsequent production number is NOT a spot in line. Tesla will build the trucks based on trim, extras, location, and other such things. If you have a really low number but are ordering a single-motor version without FSD, you will be waiting much longer than someone who has a much higher number but ordered the tri-motor version with FSD.
A better number to see would be the number of tri-motor w/FSD orders that are before mine. Hopefully, there will be a solar option that is reasonably priced as well and THAT could change things up as well.