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New Tesla Cybertruck 2022 ute could outsell Nissan Navara and Mazda BT-50

Tesla's Cybertruck is expected to launch in 2022, but interest in the all-electric ute is already very high.

Australia’s appetite for pick-ups means it is set to be the largest market outside of North America for the hotly anticipated Tesla Cybertruck all-electric ute.

According to data crowdsourced by the Telsa community, Australian pre-orders are currently making up 3.16 per cent of all Cybertruck presales, behind only the United States (76.25%) and Canada (10.43%).

Australia is followed by the United Kingdom (1.39%), Norway (1.11%) and Germany (1.05%), as well as Sweden, Netherlands, France and Iceland that account for less than one per cent of orders each.

Tesla is yet to reveal the official pre-order number, but overseas reports have pegged 500,000 sales already, meaning up to 15,000 Cybertrucks have been ordered in Australia.

Though that figure is not going to bother the best-selling Toyota HiLux or Ford Ranger, which sold 47,759 and 40,960 units respectively last year, the number is big enough to worry the Isuzu D-Max (16,892), Nissan Navara (13,412) and Mazda BT-50 (11,357).

To pre-order a Cybertruck, customers are only required to place a $150 deposit, which is fully refundable, so actual sales numbers could still fluctuate when the new all-electric ute launches, likely in 2022.

Pricing for the Cybertruck will start at $US39,900 ($A64,850) and stretches to $69,900 ($A113,609), but expect those figures to swell once the ute hits Australia.