Thanks to its expansion, Tesla continues to grow visibly. This Friday, the electric car maker led by Elon Musk released its latest production and delivery figures, setting a new record.
Tesla produced more than 180,000 vehicles in the first quarter of 2021. It delivered close to 185,000
In total, Tesla will have produced 180,338 vehicles during the first quarter of 2021. During this period, the car manufacturer will have been able to deliver a total of 184,800 cars. 182 780 are Model 3 or Model Y and only 2020 units are Model S or Model X.
As The Electrek says, manufacturers typically experience a drop in sales during the first quarter of the year. And the brand ended up not producing any Model S or Model X during this period. The more than 180 thousand vehicles produced by Tesla are divided between the Model 3 and the Model Y.
These are impressive numbers, since several industry analysts had expected the manufacturer to stick to 88,000 deliveries during this period. Not only did it go far beyond those figures, it also hit the 180,000 deliveries achieved in the last quarter of 2020.
“In the first quarter, we produced more than 180,000 vehicles and delivered close to 185,000. We were encouraged by the strong reception of Model Y in China, which is rapidly progressing to full production capacity. The new model S and Model X were also exceptionally well received, with the new equipment installed and tested in the first quarter we are in the initial phase of mass production ”, can be read in the company statement.
The strong reception of the Model Y in China seems to have played a major role in these impressive numbers achieved by Tesla. We will see how these values may or may not be increased this quarter.
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