And passengers cars from BMW, Audi, Lexus and so on...

Here is a more detailed look at the Tesla Model 3 and its closest competitors in the segment.

Tesla already stated that the Model 3 outsold in July all other models from the mid-sized sedan segment in the U.S. But this new graph shows us how big the difference really is compared to a few particular models.

According to AID, around 13,000 Model 3 (numbers vary depending on estimations) were sold last month compared to just:

  • ≈3,800 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
  • ≈3,400 Audi A4
  • ≈3,200 BMW 3-Series
  • ≈2,100 Lexus IS
Well, Model 3 not only outsold particular models (all passenger cars except for maybe seven), but for example, it outsold all Mercedes-Benz passenger cars - ≈8,500 (SUVs excluded). Mercedes-Benz sold in total just 20,034 vehicles in July (down 22.7%).

Interestingly, Ford and Chevrolet don't have a single passenger model that can beat the Model 3 in volume. That's rather surprising to us, but what's really intriguing is the outlook for the Model 3 in the coming months when production increase even more.

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