Tesla unveils order configuration for the 'Foundation Series' Cybertruck

Tesla unveils order configuration for the 'Foundation Series' Cybertruck

Tesla has unveiled the order configuration for its exclusive "Foundation Series" Cybertruck. Over the weekend, a video showcasing this configurator surfaced.

Following the recent invitation sent to specific reservation holders for the Foundation Series Cybertruck, several individuals have confirmed placing their orders. One of them, Omar from Whole Mars Catalog, shared a video presenting the Cybertruck's order configuration last Saturday.

The video guides viewers through the ordering process, starting with the invitation email sent out on Wednesday. It highlights the dual-motor, all-wheel-drive (AWD) version starting at $99,990 and the Cyberbeast tri-motor trim priced at $119,990.

Tesla is giving priority to Cybertruck deliveries in California and Texas. While the estimated delivery window for the dual-motor version spans from this month to March 2024, the tri-motor Cyberbeast trim indicates an estimated delivery in early 2024. Residents from other states can expect access to the truck in 2024.

The configurator outlines features such as the Cybertruck’s steer-by-wire system, its impressive ground clearance and suspension, and an optional range extender that can be added to the truck bed, boosting the estimated range to approximately 470 miles per charge. Although the range extender is currently unavailable, production is slated to commence in late 2024.

The detailed 19-minute video walkthrough covers additional features of the Tesla Cybertruck, including the Powershare function and the integration of the Full Self-Driving (FSD) beta.

Below, you'll find initial distinctions between the Foundation Series Cyberbeast and dual-motor trims, along with inclusions specified for any Foundation Series order as highlighted in the configurator:

Dual-Motor Cybertruck
* Dual-motor, AWD
* 318 miles estimated range
* 340 miles estimated range with all-season tires (available in 2024)
* 4.1-second 0-60 mph
* 112 mph top speed
* 600 horsepower
* 7,435 lb-ft of torque
* 11,000 pounds of towing capacity

Cyberbeast Tri-Motor Cybertruck
* Tri-motor, AWD
* 301 miles estimated range with all-terrain tires
* 320 miles estimated range with all-season tires (available in 2024)
* 2.6-second 0-60 mph
* 130 mph top speed
* 845 horsepower
* 10,296 lb-ft of torque
* 11,000 pounds of towing capacity

Included with the Foundation Series Cybertruck
* Limited-edition configuration
* Laser-etched Foundation Series badge
* Foundation Series cabin graphic
* 20-inch Cyber wheels with 35-inch tires
* White décor
* Off-road light bar
* Premium accessories
* Powershare home backup
* Powershare mobile connector
* Full Self-Driving beta capability
* Lifetime premium connectivity

You can watch the full Whole Mars Catalog video on YouTube below.

Some individuals noticed a one-year “no resale” clause within the Cybertruck order agreement, which initially appeared in the owner’s manuals of other Tesla vehicles last month under the section titled “For Cybertruck Only.” Following the revelation of this clause, the specific paragraph was discreetly removed from the owner’s manuals, prompting speculation about its applicability to Cybertruck owners.

Presently, the no-resale provision is evident in Tesla’s Cybertruck order configurator, indicating that attempting to resell the vehicles within a year might result in potential legal penalties of up to $50,000.

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-------This article is partly excerpted from Teslarati.

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