Tesla Sets New Delivery Record with 466,140 Cars in Q2 2023!

The results have surpassed expectations as Tesla recently announced its production and delivery numbers for the second quarter of 2023. With a combined total of 466,140 deliveries worldwide for the Model Y, Model 3, Model S, and Model X, Tesla has achieved a new all-time record for deliveries in a single quarter. This surpasses their previous record of 422,875 cars sold in Q1 2022.

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Breaking down the figures, Tesla delivered 446,915 Model 3 and Model Y vehicles during Q2 2023, while the combined deliveries for the Model S and Model X reached 19,225. In terms of production, Tesla produced a total of 479,700 vehicles in the same period. The Model 3 and Model Y accounted for the majority, with 460,211 units produced, while the Model S and Model X production reached 19,489 vehicles.

ModelProductionDeliveriesSubject to operating lease accounting
Model S/X19,48919,2258%
Model 3/Y460,211446,9155%

These impressive numbers indicate a strong quarter for Tesla, raising hopes for another profitable period. In their statement, Tesla emphasized that they produced nearly 480,000 vehicles and delivered over 466,000 vehicles during Q2 2023.

Additionally, it is worth noting that Tesla achieved two new sales and production records in the first quarter of 2023, highlighting a consistent pattern of growth.

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