During the first quarter of 2023, Tesla expanded its electric vehicle manufacturing and deliveries to previously unheard-of levels.
In order to better comprehend what is happening and what to anticipate in the near future, we will look at the figures and charts in this post to illustrate the progress.
Q1 2023:A new quarterly record of 440,808 electric vehicles produced by Tesla in Q1—up over 44% year over year—is just marginally higher than the 439,701 electric vehicles produced in Q4 2022.
The Model 3/Model Y accounts for the majority, with 421,371 units sold, a new high (up 44 percent). Moreover, the Model S/Model X manufacturing increased by 37% to 19,437, however it was somewhat below Q4 2022 levels (20,614).
A total of 422,875 client deliveries were made globally (up 36 percent year-over-year). Also a new quarterly record, that.
The Model S/Model X duo reported 10,695 deliveries, while the Model 3/Model Y duo reported 412,180 deliveries (an increase of 40% year over year) (down 27 percent).
Tesla built and delivered more than 1.4 million electric vehicles over the course of the previous four quarters. Almost 4.0 million Tesla vehicles have been made and delivered overall.
In 2023, it's anticipated that Tesla would build and sell around 1.8 million automobiles (compared to 1.3 million units in 2022).
Tesla wants to boost sales by roughly 50% annually in the long run. We hope that auto parts (auto delovi) supply won't affect Tesla's car production.