Tesla Has Released Its Official Data On Production And Deliveries For Q2

Tesla Has Released Its Official Data On Production And Deliveries For Q2

According to Tesla’s press release in the second quarter of 2018 the company produced 53,339 units, mostly Models 3 (28,578 units) and delivered to customers 40,740 cars.

The Model 3 production turned out to be higher than expected, but deliveries were lower.18,440 Models 3, 10,930 Models S and 11,370 Models X were underdelivered.

During the last 7 days of Q2 Tesla produced 5,031 cars of the Model 3, as officially confirmed, thanks to a new assembly line launched in a tent-like facility. So the plan to make 5,000 cars a week was fulfilled.

Now they expect the original line to support the production rate alone. By late August Tesla hopes to be at 6,000 Models 3 per week.

Orders and deliveries for the Model S and Model X are still going strong, and the American car maker keeps its goal of 100,000 deliveries of those two in 2018 unchanged.

Source: Electrek

Photo: Model 3

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