Tesla shared the number of vehicles produced and delivered last year by announcing the data for the 4th quarter of 2020. The company has produced more than 500 thousand vehicles in line with their targets.

Electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla announced the number of vehicles it produced and delivered in the 4th quarter of 2020 and last year. The company delivered 180,570 vehicles in the fourth quarter of 2020. The number of vehicles produced in the last quarter of last year was 179,757, which is about 36% when the total number of vehicles produced last year is 509,737. This rate shows that Tesla’s vehicle production, which slowed down due to the pandemic, accelerated towards the end of the year.

The majority of production is on Model 3 and Model Y
Tesla delivered 88,400 vehicles in the 1st quarter of 2020 and 90,650 vehicles in the 2nd quarter. In the October reports Tesla, 3. delivered 139,300 vehicles in the quarter, showing an increasing performance. In addition, the company delivered 499,550 vehicles out of the 509,737 vehicles it produced last year.

Tesla also shared model-based data, in addition to overall production and delivery numbers. The company produced a total of 454,932 Model 3 and Model Y vehicles last year. Looking at the last quarter of 2020, it is seen that it produced 16,097 Model S and Model X.

Even though Tesla managed to produce 500,000 vehicles, the fact that it was not able to deliver the same number of vehicles with a slight difference revealed that the authorities were doing a good job despite the pandemic. Elon Musk shared in a tweet: “We are proud of the Tesla team that reached this important milestone! At the beginning of Tesla, I thought (optimistically) we had a 10% chance of survival.” made statements.

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