Like practically every company in the world, Tesla has also gone through (and continues to go through) major challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. However, everything indicates that Elon Musk’s company is managing to overcome all these barriers in an exemplary way, at least judging by the figures presented.
Elon Musk revealed that the 3rd quarter of 2020 was the best ever in Tesla’s history. The company announced a new record, having managed to produce more than 145 thousand cars, and deliver more than 139 thousand. With this unexpected record, Tesla is getting closer and closer to achieving its annual goal.
The main objective of the year established by Elon Musk for Tesla is to be able to deliver a total of 500,000 cars by the end of the year. With more than 319,000 cars delivered so far, Tesla “only” needs to be able to sell an additional 181,000 cars during the last quarter to reach its maximum target.
Gigafactory in China and launch of Tesla Model Y may have been decisive for this success
These impressive numbers and the pursuit of the ambitious goal was only possible because Elon Musk decided not to stop in time with all the adversities that arose throughout 2020. Tesla decided not to change its plans and kept Gigafactory’s opening plans in China unchanged and the launch of the Tesla Model Y on the market.
These may well have been key factors in your success this year. The factory in China has already seen its production capacity increase to 250,000 Tesla Model 3 per year and the introduction of the new SUV has managed to increase the manufacturer’s sales considerably.
Everything indicates that Tesla’s success is just beginning, considering that its new plant in Berlin should start production as early as 2021, further improving the brand’s capacity and efficiency in the various European markets.
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