Tesla Cybertruck Deliveries Start In A Month. No One Knows What They’re Buying Yet

Tesla Cybertruck Deliveries Start In A Month. No One Knows What They’re Buying Yet

It’s the most-hyped electric vehicle debut of this decade. It has as many as 1 million reservations, if not more. It’s said to be a game-changer in the automotive world. And yet nobody who reserved a Tesla Cybertruck, and may own one in a month’s time, knows anything about what they’re getting. 

CEO Elon Musk said on Tesla’s third-quarter earnings call earlier this month that the long-awaited Cybertruck delivery event would take place on Nov. 30 at Giga Texas, four years to the exact day that the original Cybertruck show car debuted in 2019. Seeing as how that’s one month away, we were curious to learn if Cybertruck reservation holders had received any updates from Tesla regarding their estimated delivery dates.

After we put out an open call to our readers, we got scores of responses in different ways. The messages were uniform: nobody who reserved a Cybertruck has a clue about what they’re supposedly taking delivery of soon. Not its price tag, its final specs, or even its electric range. A month out from when at least some of these trucks end up in customer hands, and they remain a total enigma.

In total, we received dozens of emails and dozens of comments on our website and our social media accounts. Here are some of them, with names redacted to protect privacy:

“I’m a massive Elon fan and believe in all the work he does but the lack of information and ‘secrecy’ on this truck has been a frustrating one to say the least.”

—M, reserved a Cybertruck one hour after Musk opened preorders in 2019

“I was one of the first to reserve the day of opening. I have no update from Tesla at all.”


“I’m an early reservation holder for the CT but I haven’t been given any information as of yet. My reservation was made minutes after Musk announced the site to order the truck.”


“So far have not heard anything about orders.”


“I put down the deposit a day after the debut in November 2019, but no updates as of yet.”


“I am a Res Holder since 2 and half years now… And I know this isn’t going to be a informational email, but I’ve not once ever received any official updates about the truck from Tesla.”

—Anonymous reader

“I have a day 1 reservation. I just checked and still no change on my manage order page. I’m not sure how many are in front of me but likely tens of thousands. The whole thing is crazy.”


We could go on, but you already see a pattern here: no one has heard anything from Tesla about their reservation even though the start of deliveries is only a month away.

So far, the Cybertruck rumor mill has been strong, but that’s all it’s been – rumors. Here at InsideEVs, we’ve wanted to avoid sharing inaccurate information, such as alleged pricing for the electric truck shared in an anonymous post on a Cybertruck Facebook group that was making the rounds online. We chose not to cover that because it was extremely likely to be fake; it would have been extremely implausible for Tesla to communicate Cybertruck pricing to a single reservation holder out of a total of more than 1 million.

To be fair, the Nov. 30 event will likely see only a small number of vehicles being delivered. The same thing happened at Tesla’s previous handover events for the Model Y in Berlin and Austin in 2022, when mostly Tesla insiders took delivery of their vehicles.

Still, that is not an excuse for Tesla to keep its reservation holders in the dark about a product they preordered as early as 2019 by paying a $100 fee – that’s more than $100 million in interest-free money in Tesla’s coffers if you count the 1 million-plus reservation holders.

We’re curious to hear your thoughts about this. Do you think Tesla will finally release specifications, trims, and pricing in the month left before the start of initial deliveries? Assuming the event doesn’t get postponed again, of course.

If you hear anything or know anything about the Cybetruck, find us at team@insideevs.com.

Tesla Cybertruck Deliveries Start In A Month.‍ No‍ One Knows What They’re Buying Yet

In just a month’s time, the long-awaited delivery of the highly-anticipated Tesla Cybertruck will finally commence. However, as the delivery date approaches, potential buyers are still left in the dark about exactly what they ​are purchasing.

Announced in 2019, the Tesla Cybertruck has already garnered a significant amount of attention and buzz⁢ within⁤ the automotive⁣ industry. With its futuristic design ⁢and promises of‍ cutting-edge technology, many consumers were quick⁤ to place their pre-orders for the electric pickup truck.

Despite the excitement surrounding the Cybertruck, details about the vehicle’s final design and specifications remain scarce. Tesla CEO Elon Musk has been known for‍ his unconventional‍ marketing tactics, often teasing features⁢ and designs without providing concrete details. This has left many consumers unsure about what​ exactly they are investing in.

One ⁤of the most controversial aspects of the Cybertruck is its unique design, which features sharp angles and a stainless steel body. While some have praised ⁤the truck’s distinctive look, others have criticized it for being too unconventional and impractical.

In addition to the design, potential buyers are also ⁢in the dark about the truck’s performance ‌capabilities and pricing.​ While ⁤Musk has hinted​ at a starting price of $39,900, there ‍have been no official confirmations about the‌ vehicle’s range, towing⁣ capacity, or battery options.

As the delivery date approaches, many consumers are left wondering whether the Cybertruck will live up to the hype. Some are beginning ‍to express concerns about the lack of‍ information, questioning whether Tesla will be able ‍to deliver‌ on its promises.

Despite the uncertainty surrounding the Cybertruck, one thing is clear – Tesla has succeeded in generating significant interest and anticipation ‌for its latest creation. Whether the⁤ truck will revolutionize the electric vehicle market or fall short of expectations remains to be seen.

As we count down the days ‍until the first Cybertruck ⁢deliveries, one thing is certain – the automotive world will‍ be watching closely to see how Tesla’s latest creation fares in the real⁣ world. Only time will ‍tell whether the Cybertruck⁤ will be a game-changer or just another flash in the pan.