Someone Just Paid $244,000 For A Used Tesla Cybertruck

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(American Cars And Racing)
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(American Cars And Racing)

It’s a good thing the Tesla Cybertruck is strong because they’re starting to flip!

A used Cybertruck Cyberbeast Foundation Series with and Elon-appropriate 69 miles on the odometer was recently sold through a Manheim auction for $244,000.

That’s more than twice the vehicle’s $121,995 list price.

The Foundation Series is a limited edition version of the tri-motor Cyberbeast that costs $20,000 more than the truck’s base price.

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The sale was spotted by the Cybertruck Owners Forum, which reported that the buyer was the Porsche Orlando dealership.

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The outlet’s general manager has not responded to an inquiry from American Cars And Racing asking if the truck will be offered for resale or if it was purchased for another reason.

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While several owners have claimed on social media that they sold their trucks for big profits, this is the highest publicly confirmed price paid for a Cybertruck since deliveries began, although a build slot was sold at a charity auction last October for $400,000.

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