Orders for the Tesla Cybertruck have begun to ship out, with some customers already able to take delivery of the unconventional electric truck. However, unsurprisingly, Tesla has decided to keep new orders on pause with a countdown leading up to the delivery day for the futuristic truck. Now that day has come and gone; we are greeted with the pickup doing donuts on what we could only assume is Mars on the design/payment page of the website.
Tesla Cybertruck Pricing and Configuration: Details
Based on what the reservation page for the Tesla Cybertruck shows, customers have a total of three options available to them, including a rear-wheel drive version, all-wheel drive, and what has been dubbed the Cyberbeast. The truck’s Rear-wheel drive version (available in 2025) is the lowest tier, with an estimated starting price of $60,990 (as we’ve seen with other electric trucks on the market, that’s probably subject to increase). That’s $20-grand more than promised back in 2019. Information regarding the overall powertrain isn’t mentioned, but it’s stated that the truck has an estimated range of 250 miles and can accelerate from 0 to 60 in 6.5 seconds.
The next tier option for the Tesla Cybertruck is the all-wheel drive configuration. This, along with the Cyberbeast, are the configurations that will begin delivering this year, so that’s what we can expect to start seeing on the roads in the coming days. The estimated starting price is $79,990, and for that price, customers will get an estimated range of 340 miles, a top speed of 112 mph, 600 horsepower, and 7,435 lb-ft of torque with that 11,000 lbs towing capacity we’ve previously talked about. The added power and battery capacity means the truck can accelerate from a stand-still to 60 mph in just 4.1 seconds.
Finally, there’s the Cyberbeast, which has an estimated range of 320 miles and an estimated price of $99,990. That sacrifice to the 20 miles comes with increased power to 840 horses and 10,296 lb-ft of motor torque (like how they said the GMC Hummer EV Edition 1 has 11,500 ft-lbs), allowing the truck to reach 130 mph and accelerate from 0 to 60 in just 2.6 seconds, or as quick as a C8 Corvette Z06 in other words. The towing capacity remains the same as the AWD version at 11,000 pounds, which is midsize truck territory if we’re honest. These prices are shown without incentives, though if you want some encouragement, Tesla also showcases that for you. The rear-wheel drive version features probable savings that can cost $49,890. As for the All-wheel drive version, that could be $68,890, and the Cyberbeast could cost $96,390. Saying incentives are applicable.
Those who may be interested can select their desired Tesla Cybertruck and put their name down for reservation for a fully refundable fee of $250.
As for production and deliveries, don’t expect things to move very quickly. Even Elon Musk cautions against it.