Tesla has repeated its threat to sue Cybertruck sellers

Tesla seems to be walking back on the punitive limits it placed on buyers of the yet-to-be-released Cybertrucks.

Just yesterday, a Tesla US order agreement The page includes a threat to sue Cybertruck buyers who resell the vehicle without permission in their first year of ownership. That language was off the page as of Tuesday. However, it is still accessible via the Internet Archive.

Tesla rules state that Cybertruck buyers can’t even try to sell their car for a year, unless they receive direct permission from Tesla to do so — and give the company a chance to buy back. it’s first.

The order agreement also states, “Tesla may seek injunctive relief to prevent the transfer of title to the Vehicle or seek liquidated damages from you in the amount of $50,000 or the amount received as consideration for the sale or transfer, whichever occurs first.” the bigger. Tesla may also refuse to sell you any future cars.”

Tesla seems to be reversing course, but take the text loss with a grain of salt. Tesla didn’t say if the language was gone for good, and it’s unclear what prompted the change. The update was found by X user Sawyer Merritt.

This isn’t the first time Tesla has sought to discourage resellers. In fact, the company was impressed attention in recent years for placing resellers in “do not sell list.”

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