Tesla Deliveries Now Exceed 230,000, Including 100,000 Outside US
Tesla recently reported delivering more than 22,000 Model S and Model X during the second quarter of 2017, which is 53% more than year ago. Of those, the Model S sold around 12,000 copies, while the X touched about 10,000.
The 22,000 Q2 sales when combined with the 25,051 sold in Q1, plus a forecast of stronger sales for the two models overall in the second half, keeps Tesla on track for 100,000+ premium sales in 2017.
Of course, with the start Tesla Model 3 sales starting on July 28th with the first 30 cars being handed out, working up to ~1,500 in September, then upwards of 20,000 being produced in December, there shouldn’t be any problem to well exceed 100,000, or even 120,000.
Our tracking of Tesla sales this year clearly shows more EV sales are now being made outside of North America, (around 12,000 in Q2 compared to about 10,000 in the U.S.).
In the first half of the year, we see the breakdown as follows:
- around 20,000 deliveries in North America
- around 27,000 deliveries outside North America
As always it is easier to see the trends in automotive sales when all the data points are plotted on a handy chart:
And here is the cumulative results of combined Tesla Model S/X sales worldwide:
- North America: >130,000
- outside North America: >100,000
- Total: >230,000