Tesla basically completes its 2020 delivery target of 500,000 vehicles

On the evening of January 2, Tesla announced that it will produce and deliver nearly 500,000 electric vehicles in 2020, basically reaching the planned delivery target. In addition, the mass production of Model Y has started at the Shanghai Super Factory, and it is expected to be delivered in a short period of time.

From the annual production and delivery data report released by Tesla, it can be seen that in 2020, Tesla has produced 509,737 electric vehicles and delivered 499,550 electric vehicles. Tesla said that the delivery statistics announced this time are slightly conservative, and the final delivery figures may differ by 0.5% or more. If the final delivery figure is 0.5% more than the current delivery data, it means that Tesla will complete its full-year delivery target.

According to data from the Passenger Car Market Information Joint Conference, in the first November of 2020, the sales of Tesla Model 3 in the Chinese market reached 113,600. It is worth mentioning that on January 1, 2021, Tesla China announced that the Model Y mid-size SUV made in China was officially on sale. After the announcement, the order page of Tesla’s official website was once paralyzed. In response, the official response stated: “Due to the surge in visits, the official website order page may not be refreshed temporarily. Please be patient and wait a while.”

Fei Zheyi, an automotive industry analyst, pointed out that the Chinese market plays a very important role in Tesla’s global share. The Travel Association predicts that by 2021, the total sales of electric vehicles in China will reach 1.7 million, which can be seen in China’s electric vehicles. The market is still in a stage of rapid growth, “Chinese consumers love SUV models very much, and the launch of Model Y made in China will further increase Tesla’s sales.”

The Links:   LTM08C355S W25Q128FVSIG

Related Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *