Tesla has now announced its shipments for the third quarter of 2021. Although the automotive industry is in the dilemma of a global chip shortage, the company still achieved record quarterly data. sensation.

Global Trends learned that Tesla delivered 241,300 vehicles in the third quarter, an increase of 102,000 over the same period last year, while the market estimate gave 223,700; Tesla produced 237,800 vehicles in the quarter, a year-on-year increase. An increase of 64%. It is reported that Tesla's overall sales growth in China is strong, and Model Y has also begun to be sent to the European market.

Tesla stated in the report that as of September 30, 2021, the company had produced 237,823 vehicles, of which 228,882 were affordable mid-range products such as Model 3 and Model Y; the rest produced 8941 Model S and X models.

"Our delivery data should be slightly conservative, because we will only list it as a successful delivery when the car is delivered to the customer and all the paperwork is completed correctly, but in fact the final number may be 0.5% or higher Difference,” Tesla said.

In addition, with the upcoming launch of new factories in Berlin and Texas, the company may have the opportunity to complete the million-dollar shipments that Musk has blown by 2021.

It is worth mentioning that Tesla produced 206,421 cars last quarter and delivered 201250 cars, while the output of Model S and X cars was less than 2,500.

In comparison, sales of companies such as General Motors fell by 33% this quarter.

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