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Tesla Breaks Record with 422K Electric Vehicle Deliveries in Q1

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Tesla recently revealed their performance report for the start of 2023. Just like last time, they managed to make more cars than ever before and also made a lot of sales. According to their report, in the first three months of this year they produced 440,808 electric vehicles (EVs) and sold 422,875 EVs!

Before the weekend, an analyst named Troy Teslike predicted that the company will deliver around 427,000 vehicles in the first quarter of the year. It turns out that this number was 36% higher than what was delivered during the same time last year which was 310,048 vehicles, and 4% higher than 405,278 deliveries in the final quarter of 2022.

Tesla’s newly-launched Model 3 and Model Y cars were the most popular models this past quarter, with over 400,000 delivered to their customers. On the other hand, their older Model S and X vehicles had much fewer sales — just 10,695 in total — which was less than what they sold last quarter.

It will be very interesting to know how the company will benefit from the delivery numbers of Tesla cars. In the first three months of 2021, Tesla sold cars for lower prices than before. For example, in January Model Y went from costing $65,990 to $52,990 and then a bit cheaper – $54,990 – shortly after that. Recently they also dropped the price of Models S and X by up to $10,000! On April 19th we will find out the full details about their performance during the first quarter of 2021.

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