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Elon Musk says Tesla Cybertruck has 200,000-plus reservations to its name

If Tesla sticks to its timeline, the Cybertruck will land in late 2021.


Tesla

For the first time since last year, Tesla CEO Elon Musk gave us an idea of how many people have raised their hand to reserve the wildly futuristic Tesla Cybertruck.

The number is “at least 200,000.” Musk made the comment during an interview with Automotive News on Sunday, and it’s a significantly lower figure than the running total compiled by a crowdsourced list. Fans keeping track of their order numbers estimated that there have been¬†approximately 727,000 reservations for the electric pickup truck. That’s a

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2020 Honda E driven, 2021 Ford Bronco reservations and more: Roadshow’s week in review

I want one.


Honda

Welcome to August, Roadshow readers. Thanks for kicking the new month off with us as we look back on the final week of July.

We had a go in the totally adorable Honda E electric car and drove the gorgeous Lexus LC 500 Convertible, but there was plenty of other big news.

Stick with us as we take a look at the best of the best from July 26 to Aug. 1.

Top reviews

Talk about forbidden fruit. We

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Fisker Ocean electric SUV has 7,000 reservations, startup teases future models

The future of Fisker of all goes according to plan.


Fisker

Fisker, which pins its hopes of rising from the ashes in the Ocean electric SUV, dished out a hard figure to judge just how much interest there is in its upcoming EV. It’s nothing spectacular, but there’s certainly interest.

The company said Friday it has 7,062 reservations for the Ocean. Compared to recent news surrounding preorders (I’m thinking Tesla Cybertruck and Ford Bronco) it’s a drop in the bucket. However, it goes to show there is an audience for Fisker’s SUV with oodles of sustainable materials

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2021 Ford Bronco racks up over 150,000 reservations in 2 weeks

You guys really love your Broncos.


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It’s only been just over two weeks since the 2021 Ford Bronco debuted, and as if the mighty positive reaction wasn’t already a good indicator for how the SUV will sell, we have a raw figure now.

Ahead of Ford’s second-quarter earning’s call, the automaker’s Chief Financial Officer, Tim Stone, said the company has received over 150,000 reservations for a new Bronco. Keep in mind, the Bronco debuted on July 13. That’s a serious amount of interest considering each person put down $100 towards their future off-road SUV.

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