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Musk Told Of How Many Cybertrucks Tesla Plans To Build Per Year

Tesla plans to make annually between 250,000 and 300,000 Cybertrucks.

Elon Musk told of an estimated production volume for the Cybertruck, when asked on the sidelines of Tesla’s Battery Day.

The company will build its all-new futuristic-looking pickup at a new factory in Texas. This facility’s production capacity enables to assemble from 250,000 to 300,000 vehicles per year, and possibly more, according to Tesla’s CEO.

For comparison: Ford’s sales of F-Series pickups accounted 896,000 units last year; FCA sold above 633,000 Rams. So, the figures from Tesla do not seem impressive, when compared…

Nevertheless, the amount of pre-orders for the Cybertruck, which the company gathered, exceeds all expectations. Musk noted that they booked “well over half a million” $100 refundable deposits. 

It’s a lot, basically…We stopped counting.

Tesla classifies its Cybertruck as close to a medium-duty pickup, on par with Ford F-250 Super Duty. For other markets, the automaker is going to offer a smaller and cooler international version.

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