Announcing the data for the first quarter of 2021, Tesla managed to deliver 184,800 vehicles while producing 180,338 vehicles in total.
The company reached much better numbers compared to the same period last year.
Tesla had a strong entry into 2021. The company managed to deliver approximately 185,000 vehicles, according to the numbers it shared for the first quarter of this year. Almost all of these vehicles consist of Model 3 and Model Y. According to the data presented, Model S and Model X were not produced.
Although the market share decreases, sales are increasing
Tesla produced 180,338 vehicles and delivered 184,800 vehicles in the first three months of 2021. The Model 3 and Model Y vehicles were produced a total of 180,338 units and became the most demanded cars of the company, with 182,780 deliveries. A total of 2,020 units of Model 3 and Model Y vehicles, which factories did not produce in the first quarter of this year, were delivered.
While expressing their satisfaction with the current picture, the electric vehicle manufacturer stated that these delivery numbers are directly proportional to the demand for Model Y in China. The company said they are rapidly moving towards full production capacity. When Tesla shared the financial figures for the last quarter of 2020, he mentioned that the Gigafactory in Shanghai has a production capacity of about 1 million cars per year.
Competition is getting fierce in the electric vehicle market. Many automakers have begun to promote and market their electric vehicles. This situation caused Tesla’s current market share to decrease, but Tesla’s sales did not decrease thanks to the growing market.