Tesla has removed Cybertruck prices and specs from its website

This comes shortly after the American company announced that it would be delaying the truck until late 2022.

13w ago

Originally unveiled in 2019, the Tesla Cybertruck Is something which everyone knows about, probably due to its rather bold and angular design. Tesla has now removed all the specs and prices of the Cybertruck from Tesla’s retail website. This comes as no surprise following the news that the Cybertruck will be delayed up until the tail-end of next year.

When the vehicle was revealed, it was priced between $39,900 and $69,900, subject to which motor configuration you opt for. Now, should you wish to order a Cybertruck, you can technically still do so.

Tesla’s website still has an “order now” button which redirects you to a separate page dedicated to the Cybertruck - here, you can put down a $100 deposit which can be refunded. The bad news is that on this page, it also says: “you will be able to complete your configuration as production nears in 2022.”

Let’s not even ask Tesla what happened to the Roadster.

Join In

Comments (30)

    • 3 months ago
  • They’re still figuring out how to build something that looks like the Cybertruck and passes any legislation anywhere 😂

      3 months ago
  • Meanwhile. The GMC Hummer EV is hitting pre-production and prototypes are already in the media's hands.

    The Ford Lightning is here and electric Silverados and Sierras are not far behind. I think it is safe to say at least two of the big three are on Tesla's back door getting ready to kick it in.

    Haven't heard much from RAM though.

      3 months ago
    • Wrong. None of those trucks you mentioned are out now and half of them our delayed. The only electric truck out now is the Rivian R1T

        3 months ago
    • Ok, the Rivian is out now. But the Lightning is a 2022 just like the Tesla (unless the Tesla is delayed again) and the others aren't far away.

      Just saying the market is getting crowded fast and there are some big players involved.

        3 months ago
  • Anyone remember Duke Nukem Forever? Same story

      3 months ago
    • Fusion power, flying cars, Duke Nukem Forever and the Cybertruck: perpetually 5 years in the future.

        3 months ago
  • YES!!

      3 months ago