Most likely, Tesla will not sue Cybertruck buyers for reselling the car within the first year after buying it. The relevant clause, which caused a resonance last week, disappeared from the sale and purchase agreement.

An earlier version of the agreement stated that Tesla “may seek injunctive relief to prevent the transfer of ownership of the vehicle” if buyers violate the resale provision. Otherwise, the company had the right to claim compensation in the amount of $50,000 or in the amount of profit received for the resale of the car.

Electrek noted that similar provisions have previously been used by other car companies such as Ferrari, Ford and Porsche to prevent the resale of their luxury cars. But the Cybertruck should become a mass-market car, so such restrictions have been lifted. Tesla says it will be able to produce about 125,000 cars each year. The first deliveries will begin at the end of November.

Recall that Elon Musk warned that the Cybertruck will not be profitable until 2025.