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Tesla Cybertruck orders in North America are now open


Europe and Asia are no longer able to order Tesla’s electric truck.

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The Tesla Cybertruck is expected to be the company’s next big thing. In the most outlandish-looking way possible, Elon Musk’s passion project will launch the automaker into the realm of electric trucks. However, it appears that if you live outside of North America, you may not be able to obtain one.

The ‘Order Now’ button has been changed with the option to sign up for updates, making it impossible to reserve a Cybertruck in Europe or Asia. To order a Cybertruck, you must live in the United States, Canada or Mexico.


According to reports, the Cybertruck has been a huge hit. Whether the Tesla truck concept appeals to people or not is debatable, but in the end, it doesn’t really matter.

Cybertruck pre-orders aren’t officially tracked, but a crowdsourced tally of reservations estimates that around 1.5 million people have pre-ordered one. According to Elon Musk, reservations have been received for the first three years of production.

And if you thought a 12-month wait for a Tesla Model X was bad, you’re in for a surprise. The Cybertruck is clearly superior to Tesla’s SUV.


All day long, we might guess as to the reasons behind Tesla’s decision to close international reservations. The most plausible answer is that Tesla needs to cut off both continents to prevent things from getting out of hand because demand is so strong right now.

On the other hand, outside of North America, the Cybertruck was supposed to come a little more slowly. That’s a common occurrence with Tesla models, but the Cybertruck’s unique design may provide some regulatory challenges.

In fact, it has been claimed that the original design was not street legal in Europe due to the truck’s hard stainless steel body. The truck’s rigidity and hardness indicate that it did not meet European pedestrian and bicycle safety standards when it was in use before this change. Some improvements to the Cybertruck’s design have occurred in the last few years, although how many of those changes are related to European safety specifications is unclear.


However, if we don’t hear about Tesla cancelling European pre-orders, we should presume that the truck is still on schedule. We just don’t have a timeline for when that will happen.

The Cybertruck’s production is now scheduled to begin in early 2023, if there are no additional delays. As of this writing, Elon Musk has not provided a more precise delivery date for the truck.


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