Tesla typically releases updates on production and vehicle shipments weeks before quarterly results, and this first quarter of the year was no exception. The company, founded and managed by Elon Musk, announced that in the first quarter of 2023 delivered a total of 442,875 vehicles, up 36% over the same period last year.; quite a record.

Tesla, in particular, put 10,695 S and X modelsand 412.180 Model 3 and Model Y. In particular, this is 132,927 deliveries more than the 310,048 that the company made in the first quarter of 2022, as well as 37,605 deliveries (4%) more than in the last quarter of 2022, when the company sent a total of 405, 27 cars.

Tesla also A total of 440,808 vehicles were produced.With. Specifically, 19,437 Model S and Model X vehicles and 421,371 Model 3 and Model Y vehicles. This represents an increase of approximately 44% over the same period the previous year, when the company produced a total of 305,407 vehicles; 14,218 Model S and Model X and 291,189 Model 3 and Model Y.

Tesla deliveries on record thanks to lower prices in markets such as the US, Europe or China.

Tesla Model 3

These good numbers of Tesla vehicle deliveries can be attributed to the price cuts the company announced in January in markets such as the US, Europe and China. In Spain, for example, the Model Y costs €48,200, up from €51,200 in 2022. The Model 3 now costs €346,200, up from €51,990 a year ago.

Despite the record for both deliveries (which can serve as an estimate of company vehicle sales) and production for the first quarter of the year, the numbers are somewhat lower than some expected. , investors. They specifically expected production of 445,920 vehicles, as well as shipment of about 427,000 in Tesla Model S, Model X, Model 3 and Model Y.

Tesla, on the other hand, has confirmed that its 2023 Q1 financial results will be released on April 19.

Source: Hiper Textual

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