Tesla breaks record! Almost 185 thousand cars delivered in the first quarter of 2021

As they say in Portugal… “it’s always adding up”! According to Tesla itself, another record for vehicle deliveries was achieved in the first quarter of this year. The company announced on Friday (2) that it produced 180,338 vehicles and delivered almost 185,000 units.

Tesla is thus able to exceed expectations that pointed to the delivery of 177,822 vehicles.


Tesla exceeds all expectations…

There is no shortage of reasons for Tesla to be confident. The results reveal that Elon Musk's company is on track, having recently broken another record.

It is true that the path has not been easy, not least because in the first quarter of 2020 the company “only” delivered 88 thousand vehicles. In the last quarter of 2020, Musk's company revealed that it managed to deliver 180,000 vehicles. With the first quarter of 2021 already past, Tesla today revealed that another record has been reached, with 184,800 vehicles delivered.

According to the report's data, Tesla produced 180 338 model 3 / Y vehicles, delivered 2020 Model S / X and 182 780 Model3 / Y.

Tesla breaks record by delivering nearly 185,000 cars in the first quarter of 2021

Tesla says it is super satisfied with this scenario and that they are excited about the strong reception of the Model Y in China. The company reveals that they are moving rapidly towards full production capacity.

In the first quarter, we produced just over 180,000 vehicles and delivered nearly 185,000 vehicles. We are encouraged by the strong reception of the Model Y in China and are quickly progressing to full production capacity. The new Model S and Model X have also been exceptionally well received, with the new equipment installed and tested in Q1 and we are in the early stages of ramping productio

Recall that the North American company ended 2020 with net gains of 596 million euros. These unprecedented values ​​come after the 712 million euros of loss in 2019. For the first time in its history (in 2020), the American company Tesla ended a year with net gains.


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