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Likewise destination fee - since I dont see Texas tax, is this a fee for those out of state that come pick it up - not to be confused with a delivery fee to have it transported to your local Tesla dealer? Or is this just a dealer fee that everyone pays? Does it include a bottle of CyberShine?
This is normally not included in the initial pricing order page. The Tax and Destination Fee are added once you select a delivery location, which occurs later in the order process. The sales rep then will get you final documentation that includes this information as delivery approaches. At least that is how it worked with Model 3 pre-orders.

They can't know what taxes to charge until you have selected a delivery location, since that is what determines the taxes charged.

I assume its the same for the destination fee since in theory it could be different depending on location.
 
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Notice this is the first reference to FSD

here styled as FSD "capability"

So read between the lines here:

First, FSD cost is extra/in-addition

There's nothing on this order page for including FSD yet



So, my read continues to be that Cybertruck does not yet include ability to run AP/FSD, but of course it will in the future be able to have it added
"Capability" means you have FSD (beta). So here, I would guess they can't add it on because it is already included.
 

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Is this from a specific order page for the Foundation that I dont see on their site because I have a day 0 order and haven't received any email, not even the $1000 off another model email?
The Foundation series invites are likely separate from the normal reservations we all have.

Tesla is only going to send these to select people that they have on a special list. They will probably only be inviting major investors, employees, early Tesla customers, influencers, previous Founders series owners, and other special cases would be my assumption.

I would be shocked if anyone outside of a special curated list is invited to order a Foundation series.
 

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The Foundation series invites are likely separate from the normal reservations we all have.

Tesla is only going to send these to select people that they have on a special list. They will probably only be inviting major investors, employees, early Tesla customers, influencers, previous Founders series owners, and other special cases would be my assumption.

I would be shocked if anyone outside of a special curated list is invited to order a Foundation series.
Great. Thanks. So I guess we are all still going to be waiting.
 


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Yea this edition is fully decked out with EVERYTHING. The question is: how are they pricing optional all-terrain tires, FSD, and powershare hardware to bring the total to $20k more?

If FSD was assumed to be 7k, then 13k additional for tires and powershare hardware? I would rather assume 12k fsd, 4k tires and 4k hardware. Hope they honor our fsd lock-ins. I at-least deduce the 99k beast won't come with all-terrains without an additional premium.

Regarding Tesla honoring fsd lock-in prices, I did call a worthless Tesla sales rep who said "that's the idea afaik" ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
 

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I don’t want to pay $122K for one but if I received that email, I’d pay the $250 right after I read the word “Your” 🤣
 


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Notice this is the first reference to FSD

here styled as FSD "capability"

So read between the lines here:

First, FSD cost is extra/in-addition

There's nothing on this order page for including FSD yet



So, my read continues to be that Cybertruck does not yet include ability to run AP/FSD, but of course it will in the future be able to have it added
Sandy munro test drove a CT with autopilot he mentioned in his 2nd interview with musk.
 

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I would pull the trigger but I don’t think I want that laser etched Foundation on the side.
 

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I would pull the trigger but I don’t think I want that laser etched Foundation on the side.
Yeah but that’s what makes it a limited edition collectors item. If you keep it stock and take good care of it you can probably sell it on Barrett Jackson in a few years for more than what you paid and buy yourself a 2026 Cybertruck to replace it
 

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Yea this edition is fully decked out with EVERYTHING. The question is: how are they pricing optional all-terrain tires, FSD, and powershare hardware to bring the total to $20k more?

If FSD was assumed to be 7k, then 13k additional for tires and powershare hardware? I would rather assume 12k fsd, 4k tires and 4k hardware. Hope they honor our fsd lock-ins. I at-least deduce the 99k beast won't come with all-terrains without an additional premium.

Regarding Tesla honoring fsd lock-in prices, I did call a worthless Tesla sales rep who said "that's the idea afaik" ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Extra accessories are great and all but a lot of being in the special 1000 club has perceived value too.
 
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What kind of discounts are employees getting?
discounts!? :ROFLMAO:


and excluding Taxes
Likewise destination fee - since I dont see Texas tax, is this a fee for those out of state that come pick it up - not to be confused with a delivery fee to have it transported to your local Tesla dealer? Or is this just a dealer fee that everyone pays? Does it include a bottle of CyberShine?
from my other thread, as an example in the scenario of a specific state's tax regime, etc. - YMMV

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