Is there any hope for the 40k Cybertruck?

Is there any hope for the 40k Cybertruck?

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Zybane

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$40K Cybertruck at reveal was a joke and would never happen. Let alone now. I expect the cheapest CT to be $80K.

 

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Keep the faith!
 

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Better pole would be if there's any possibility of a $60k Cybertruck.
Personally I prefer magnetic poles as they are fun to play with. Totem poles are pretty cool to look at. Utility poles seem to have a cult following. The poles of earth tend to be colder than anywhere I want to spend time so I'd discount them a bit. Oh, and I've had a few poles as friends. Nice people.

I don't think I'll be getting a $60k Cybertruck. Hopefully some will get that price or better. I want the CT4 though so my guess is it will be a bit pricier than $60k.
 


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First, never believe anything I post

Second, update, price will be maintained for the first 500,000 reservations.
So we should not believe you on this right?
 


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👍. We are from one cosmopolitan family from the time we lived in a cave.
I often try and imagine the tough bastards that preceded me in my line of genetics. Where they traveled to and from.
 

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I often try and imagine the tough bastards that preceded me in my line of genetics. Where they traveled to and from.
👍. We will be the very first generation to have driven a Tesla Cybertruck. Life is good!
 

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My prediction is first wave of trucks will be in the 70k-100k range for 2-3 years (includes 1 year ramp) ....then start seeing a 50-65k truck for the following 2 years. 40k will happen year 6 of production if at all. There's no point of a 40k truck for them.
 

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We should repeat until everyone believes Tesla made the promise and then hold Tesla accountable. 😀
This is basically the opposite of what everyone who is promoting a Cybertruck price increase is doing, to everyone's detriment. Not a single soul wants to pay more for anything, yet I've seen too many posts about "Oh, $80k MINIMUM!" and "Ha! Good luck getting in under $100k!!" It's more than a little suspicious.

And now that there have been 500 entirely speculative "CYBERTRUCK COST MOAR" posts across the internet, people are talking about a price increase even though there has been zero official word on the matter. And as a gentle reminder, any sane person has the reasonable expectation that when reserving a product it will cost what was advertised when it releases.

So yes, Tesla made a de facto promise to sell something at the price they advertised at, and took $100 deposits for.

 
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