We need to keep increasing the scale of these here graphs.
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
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:
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
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 X Deliveries (quarterly) – through September 2018