Tesla shuts down Cybertruck Foundation Series orders

If you didn’t get the opportunity to place an order for a Foundation Series Cybertruck (hello Canada), it looks like you may be out of luck. Customers have reported they are no longer able to configure one after being invited to do so.

After delivering the first Foundation Cybertrucks at Giga Texas on November 30, Tesla began inviting more customers to place an order for the limited edition Cybertruck one week later. Despite carrying a $20,000 premium over the regular Cybertruck, a four year wait meant many of those customers were quick to commit to paying as much as $120,000+ for the opportunity to own one of the first Cybertrucks to be produced.

Tesla initially invited customers from California and Texas to place their orders, but late last week the company expanded that to more than two dozen states across the country. That expansion appears to have fulfilled the allotment of Foundation Series Cybertrucks. On Saturday customers began reporting they were no longer able to configure their Cybertruck after receiving an invitation via email. The change was first reported by Ryan (@MilMileBattery) on X, with many others responding to say the same had happened to them.

We still don’t know exactly how many Foundation Series Cybertrucks Tesla plans to make. There have been rumours that number is 1,000, but it is just that, a rumour, and we have not been able to independently verify the exact amount.

Did you miss out on placing an order for a Foundation Series Cybertruck? Let us know in the comments below.

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