Most of the current Tesla Model 3 production is all-wheel drive, dual motor versions
It seems that Tesla has a two-prong approach to making the Model 3 profitable.
The first is to increase production, while the second is to sell more expensive and profitable versions of the car.
According to Model 3 VINs, since the all-wheel drive version VIN registrations began on June 28 (excluding test batches), some 24,545 were registered. That is almost 70% of the total of 35,317 for the period.
Total VIN registrations reached 89,320, while production already exceeds 60,000. It means that the Dual Motor Model 3 takes 27.5% of registered VINs to date, despite entering production only just recently.