In the U.S., Tesla sold in 2019 about the same number of electric cars as in 2018, but significantly expanded outside the U.S.
Sales results similar to previous years are a kind of success, considering phasing out of the federal tax credit.
Let's check the result, using our brand new quarterly charts.
Tesla sales in U.S. - Q4 2019
During the past quarter, Tesla's U.S. sales (according to InsideEVs’ estimation) shrunk by a significant 27% to 56,525, but it was still a solid result (3rd best ever).
Tesla results in Q4 2019:
As we can see, the biggest decline affected the Model S and Model X.
Tesla sales in U.S. - 2019
The year 2019, with some 192,250 sales was similar to 2018, but again, the Model X and especially the S is on a downward trend.
Despite that, the Model 3, X and S were respectively the #1, #3 and #5 best selling plug-in models in the U.S.
Cumulatively, Tesla sold more than 540,000 S/X/3, including around 300,000 Model 3.
Tesla results cumulatively: