Of course, those prices have since been scrubbed from Tesla's website, and
it's widely anticipated that the production truck will cost far more. (In related news, you can see how much the Cybertruck will cost
Tesla to build, and how much it could cost buyers to insure.) Like the Roadster, Tesla is taking reservations for the
Cybertruck but has not announced exactly when it will go on-sale beyond a series of missed targets tracing back to the reveal in 2019.
The latest promise is that the Cybertruck will go into production later in 2023.Tesla's Semi, which has already received orders from companies like
Walmart and J.B. Hunt, is expected to start around $150,000. Founders Series models are expected to go for around $200,000.
Here again, an exact on-sale date has not been announced. But
Tesla says the first Semi deliveries have already taken place as of early 2023, though they were originally promised way back in 2021