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Tesla Has Made a NEW Change to Cybertruck's Reservation Removing an Important Option

Tesla Cybertruck reservation change


Tesla has decided to make a new change related to ordering the Cybertruck and close reservations for the Cybertruck in Europe and Asia, and it is now only taking reservations for the electric pickup truck in North America, where the vehicle is expected to come next year.

North America is the Truck market. Why they allowed overseas buyers for Cybertruck never made sense other than needing deposits and numbers to sell stock and debt. What do you think about that?

On the other hand, Why not? Some people think Tesla Cybertruck is a very awkward vehicle to drive in Europe, for sure, but once approved for use on public roads it would be the center of attention wherever it went for at least a couple of years.

I suppose Tesla wants a cut of the work truck market in the US and so needs to be ready for volume deliveries, so that it'd rather lose a few customers in Europe than have long delivery delays to professionals in the US.

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