This was above the analyst estimates of 220k-230k.
This puts Tesla’s year to date production at
2020 510,187 499,647
Q1 180,338 184,877
Q2 206,421 201,304
Q3 237,823 241,300
YTD 623,582 627,481
Tesla China production and the early ramp of the new Austin and Berlin factories will be a major factor in how close Tesla gets 1 million cars for all of 2021.
Fremont produces 12,000 Model S and no Model X and 110,000 Model 3/Y, 122,000 from Fremont.
Austin and Texas produce a total of 5,000 cars
China produces 45,000 cars per month on average, 135,000
Q4 total 262,000
Fremont produces 15,000 Model S and 2000 Model X and 115,000 Model 3/Y, 132,000 from Fremont.
Austin and Texas produce a total of 10,000 cars
China produces 50,000 cars per month on average, 150,000
Q4 total 292,000
Fremont produces 15,000 Model S and 5000 Model X and 120,000 Model 3/Y, 140,000 from Fremont.
Austin and Texas produce a total of 30,000 cars
China produces 65,000 cars per month on average, 195,000
Q4 total 365,000
SOURCE – Tesla
Written by Brian Wang, Nextbigfuture.com (Brian owns shares of Tesla)
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