Tesla Inc Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk showed in a tweet on Sunday that the electric carmaker got 200,000 requests for its electric pickup truck inside three days of its launch.
Musk, who has been routinely tweeting about the Cybertruck’s highlights since its launch late Thursday, has additionally been refreshing his devotees with the quantity of requests the company has gotten.
In a prior tweet, Musk said the company had gotten 146,000 requests for Cybertruck, and tweeted again on Sunday saying “200K” – a clear reference to the quantity of orders.
The company’s site shows that a quick installment of $100 is required to hold a request for the Cybertruck, which has a beginning cost of $39,900.
The launch of its cutting edge pickup on Thursday endured a mishap when the electric vehicle’s “armored glass” windows broke in an eagerly awaited revealing. The general look of the electric vehicle had stressed Wall Street on Friday, driving the automaker’s offers to close 6.1% lower.
During the launch, Musk had trained in on the plan, power and sturdiness of standard trucks, possibly to be shaken when his gloat about his new vehicle’s windows backfired.
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