Slowing demand? Not. Is June improved over May? You bet it is.

The month of June is now behind us, so here we present estimated Tesla U.S. sales figures.

June is an end-of-the-quarter month, so we did expect solid sales results. However, the numbers show that the Model 3 is not the only Tesla on the move upwards.

***UPDATE: We've revised our numbers slightly following Tesla's Q2 release. Tesla Model S and X figures remain unchanged, but we've increased our Model 3 sales estimate from 20,550 up to 21,225.

Both the Tesla Model 3 and Tesla Model X see improved sales for June. The Model X, in particular, saw a huge spike upwards.

With the recent news of the $50,000 Tesla pickup truck, as well as selecting Fremont as the default location to produce the Model Y, there's a lot of work ahead for Tesla, but let's now turn our focus to the vehicles currently on sale.