Tesla has updated their Cybertruck page and removed all previously detailed Cybertruck prices and specifications.
For those unaware, the Cybertruck side of their site used to outline three different variants of the electric automaker’s light-duty truck.
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Up until yesterday, Tesla offered details on three unique Cybertruck options.
The first option was a $39,900 single motor RWD version. This one was outlined to offer 250+ miles of range, could supposedly tow 7,500+ pounds, and would reach 60 miles per hour in under 6.5 seconds. Its top speed would be 110 miles per hour.
The second option was a $49,900 dual motor AWD version. This one was outlined to offer 300+ miles of range, could supposedly tow 10,000+ pounds, and would reach 60 miles per hour in under 4.5 seconds. Its top speed would be 120 miles per hour.
The third option was a $69,900 tri-motor AWD version. This one was outlined to offer 500+ miles of range, could supposedly tow 14,000+ pounds, and would reach 60 miles per hour in under 2.9 seconds. Its top speed would be 130 miles per hour.
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If you go to the Cybertruck webpage now, there is no longer any mention of those three variations. Also removed was the text regarding the optional $10,000 Full-Self Driving package.
Tesla has already postponed the Cybertruck’s launch until late 2022. Today’s update likely means that the various options for Cybertruck buyers have changed or evolved since 2019.
Another thing to consider is that Tesla has recently been playing with the prices on the rest of their lineup. With the company’s cheapest car now being their $41,990 Model 3 Standard Range Plus, they will undoubtedly be raising the Cybertrucks’ prices in accordance.