Our estimates show that Tesla delivered some 21,225 Model 3s to U.S. buyers in June 2019. That's up significantly from the 13,950 Model 3 delivered to U.S. buyers in May 2019 and well above the 10,050 Model 3 delivered to U.S. buyers in April 2019 and its a rise compared to the 10,175 in March. Additionally, the 21,225 is hugely up compared to the 5,750 we estimated for February and 6,500 we estimated for January and it blows away the year-over-year figure from June 2018 (5,902 Model 3 estimated sales in the U.S.).
For June, we estimate the following for U.S. sales of these two Teslas:
Tesla Model S - 1,750
Tesla Model X - 2,725
These combined figures are a bit below average for a June month. For example, in June 2018, Tesla sold 2,750 Model S and 2,550 Model X. The June 2019 figures are well above May's numbers of 1,025 for the Model S and 1,375 for the Model X.
Lastly, as we pointed out last month, we saw a rise in Model X orders, likely due to the recently announced range boost. Those orders are now being fulfilled, which results in the high sales figure for the Model X in June.
Quarterly, this makes for an estimated total of 53,300 S/X/3 in the U.S.
Model X sales numbers were fantastic, the highest since December and should stay strong for awhile
Model S sales improved globally, but not so much in the U.S.
Model 3 had a fantastic quarter in the U.S.
Canadian Tesla deliveries appear to be on track for all-time highs
*InsideEVs will finalize its Tesla sales estimates after Tesla reports Q2 sales and deliveries. At that time, the Tesla numbers will be added to the scorecard chart.