Tesla has closed its reservations for Cybertruck in Europe and Asian markets and is only taking orders in North America.
The EV automaker is only taking orders for the Cybertruck in the United States, Canada, and Mexico.
During the FT Future of the Car 2022 conference, Elon Musk said they might stop taking orders for some of its models as Tesla’s demand has exceeded production to a ‘ridiculous degree.’ “We’re actually probably going to limit that. Just stop taking orders for anything beyond a certain period of time because some of the timing is like a year away.”
Reports also said that Cybertruck was expected to run into regulatory issues in Europe due to its design. Tesla is considering a smaller and redesigned version of the pickup truck for the market.
The Cybertruck was introduced last 2019 and is supposedly back in production. Tesla delays their plans for Cybertruck to focus on Model Y production.
Additionally, Cybertruck will start production in 2023, along with the Semi and Roadster, and it will be produced in its plant in Austin, Texas.
Recently, Tesla has also opened its reservations for its Semi electric truck.