The Tesla Cybertruck has huge potential, there's no doubt about it. With more than 1.6 million pre-orders reportedly in the bag, Tesla's biggest challenge will be to ensure it has enough manufacturing capacity to satisfy demand for its first electric pickup truck.
Despite the Cybertruck's high number of reservations, some industry experts and analysts, including Morgan Stanley, don't expect it to become more than a niche product that won't be able to compete with mainstream pickup trucks. 
Elon Musk contradicted them earlier this month when he said he expected Tesla to sell 250,000-500,000 Cybertrucks every year once production is fully ramped up.

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