Tesla’s Cybertruck landing page is no longer accepting orders, instead displaying a countdown clock for the truck’s launch event on Thursday. Elon Musk’s Tesla is set to deliver ten Cybertrucks on Thursday from its Texas Gigafactory, where the truck is manufactured. The truck’s long-awaited release comes four years after its initial debut.
The Cybertruck’s production began earlier this year, resulting in a slew of sightings that have only added to the truck’s allure. Tesla has yet to release official specs or pricing for the truck on the eve of the delivery event, leaving order holders in the dark.
Instead, information about the Cybertruck has leaked in bits and pieces, occasionally revealing what Musk has in mind for his first foray into the lucrative US pickup truck market.
Stopping orders is the latest indication that the Cybertruck will not be widely available anytime soon. A $50,000 resale fee that was later rescinded raised eyebrows earlier this month, with automotive experts telling Business Insider that such fees are typically reserved for limited-run models.
The Tesla Cybertruck launch event will be livestreamed on YouTube and X (formerly Twitter) at 3 p.m. ET.