Netease Technology News on November 25, according to foreign media reports, since the electric car manufacturer Tesla released its first electric pickup truck Cybertruck two days, the company received a total of 187,000 orders, potential revenue reached 1.6 billion US dollars .
On the first day of Tesla’s release of Cybertruck, its CEO, Elon Musk, announced that it had received 146,000 CyberTruck orders that day. The next day, Tesla received another 41,000 orders, bringing the total to 187,000.
On the first day of acceptance, 42% of customers chose the dual-motor version of CyberTruck, 41% chose the three-motor version, and 17% chose the single-motor version. In the latest scheduled update, Musk confirmed that most buyers still choose dual-motor and three-motor configurations, while buyers of the single-motor base version of CyberTruck are relatively few.
With simple statistics, the current potential revenue for all orders is approximately $1.6 billion. Musk also warned that these pre-orders “have no ads and no endorsements.”
Of course, not every order will be successfully converted into a transaction. Since the deposit is not high ($100) and is refundable, many people may quit. Some people just booked this pickup, in order to get the car ahead of time, or just out of curiosity.
Tesla often shares the number of reservations for new cars, such as its Model 3, which is ten times the deposit of CyberTruck ($1,000), but the car was booked for 1
80,000 units a day.
Still, the pre-order speed of Tesla Cybertruck is still alarming. Even if all customers eventually chose to return the deposit, Tesla received a short-term loan of $18.7 million from them. (small)
According to Musk, this electric pickup can accele
rate from 0 to 96 km per hour in 2.9 seconds. Its dragging capacity can reach 6.3 tons. In the demo video, Musk showed that he defeated an F-150 in a tug-of-war and defeated a Porsche 911. He also announced that the electric pickup has three different battery life ranges, with a single charge of 250 miles (400 kilometers), 300 miles (480 kilometers) or more than 500 miles (800 kilometers), depending on the model configuration. Musk also pointed out that this electric pickup supports 250KW of high-power charging through the supercharger, and the car is also equipped with an air compressor.
The electric pickup starts at $399,000 and Tesla is now accep
ting reservations. The less than $40,000 model is a rear-wheel drive with a single motor and a cruising range of about 250 miles. The full-time four-wheel drive model with dual motors will add an additional $10,000. Together with $10,000, users can get a full-time four-wheel drive with a three-motor. It has maximum traction and cruising range of over 500 miles, with a total selling price of no more than $70,000. Of course, if the user purchases the autopilot function for the electric pickup card, he needs to withdraw another $7,000.