New Cyber Roundup Brand Suggests Tesla Could Be Ready To Launch The Cybertruck
Details of the filing say the purpose of the mark is “to provide information in the fields of electric cars and energy products.” Energy products likely refer to products like Powerwall and Tesla’s solar panels and roof.
Trademarks have been filed for the name “Cyber Roundup” and the logo itself, in addition to trademarks for the branding of both. These are classified under the USPTO’s Games, Toys, and Sporting Goods category. This filing indicates that the mark extends to “clothing, t-shirts, shirts, hats, socks, jackets, sweaters”.
We expect the Cybertruck’s prices to fall into a similar range as the F-150 Lightning, its main competitor. That means somewhere between $40,000 and $90,000. Frankly, given Tesla’s positioning in the market, we’d be surprised if the tuck landed anywhere south of $50,000.
Three versions will go on sale when the truck debuts: single-motor rear-wheel-drive, dual-motor all-wheel-drive and three-motor all-wheel-drive. We don’t know for sure how much power these trims will produce, but the base model will be good for a 6.5 second 0-60 mph time, while the dual-motor version will handle the same run in around 4.5. seconds. Specs for the tri-motor model will be Plaid, with a claimed 0-60mph time of 2.9 seconds.