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Tesla production and deliveries of electric cars in the third quarter more than tripled year-over-year in line with the company's guidance.

The latest results make previous quarters looks tiny, but the funny thing is that at full capacity numbers can be 60% higher (10,000 Model 3 and 2,000 Model S/X a week and 140,000+ a quarter).

Tesla Model S/X/3 Deliveries (quarterly) – through September 2018

Tesla Model S/X/3 Deliveries (quarterly) – through September 2018

Production of Tesla Model 3 was at the end of the quarter above 5,000 a week and moreover almost entirely dual motor versions, which required Tesla to reach a production volume of more than 10,000 drive units a week.

Deliveries are now at an all-time quarterly high of 83,500 (can be up to 0.5% higher) (up 219% year-over-year) and >154000 YTD:

  • Model 3: 55,840
  • Model S: 14,470
  • Model X: 13,190

The increase in production is tremendous:

Tesla Model S/X/3 Deliveries (quarterly) – through September 2018

Production hit an all-time high too of 80,142 (up 216% year-over-year) for the quarter and 167,975 YTD:

  • Model 3: 53,239
  • Model S + Model X: 26,903
Sales numbers are higher than production, because there were thousands of cars (produced in the end of Q2) in transit, that were delivered at the beginning of the third quarter.

Tesla Model S/X/3 Production (quarterly) – through September 2018

Tesla already delivered more than 440,000 electric cars so 500,000 will be easy to achieve by the end of this year.

Tesla Model S/X/3 Deliveries Cumulative (quarterly) – through September 2018

Update:

Tesla Model S Deliveries (quarterly) – through September 2018
Tesla Model X Deliveries (quarterly) – through September 2018

Tesla Model X Deliveries (quarterly) – through September 2018