Elon Musk has announced that the Tesla Cybertruck costs more than what was announced on the occasion of his presentation.

The Cybertruck is the first Tesla electric pickup. It was unveiled in 2019, with a target to start production in 2021. A lot has changed in the meantime and in the end Tesla was forced to postpone it to 2023.

At the time of the presentation, Elon Musk had announced that the “base” version of the Tesla Cybertruck would cost $39,900. Immediately after the announcement, Tesla had opened pre-orders: customers could deposit $100, making them one of the first to receive the vehicle.

In addition to the $39,900 rear-wheel drive version, Tesla had also unveiled two other models: one with dual electric motors and 49,900 all-wheel drive, and a version with three electric motors and a $69,900 range.

Apparently the prices are completely reviewable. “I hate to bring you bad news,” Elon Musk said, anticipating the upcoming event price increase of all three versions of the Cybertruck. The entrepreneur limited himself to anticipating that the vehicle would cost more than had been announced three years ago, without announcing the new prices.

Source: Lega Nerd

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