Tesla posted its production and delivery numbers for the second quarter and everything is up by a good margin.
Californian manufacturer Tesla has released its production figures for the second quarter of the current year. Between March and July, the maker of the Model S, Model X and Model 3 assembled no less than 87,048 vehicles, in addition to completing the delivery of 95,200 vehicles. These statistics are of course on the world scale, Tesla which is now established in Europe and China, in particular. Nevertheless, the US market remains the largest territory covered by the Californian firm.
In the second quarter, Tesla assembled 14,517 Model S and Model X and 72,531 Model 3, the affordable sedan that has been selling pretty well since it hit the market. In terms of deliveries, however, Tesla recorded shipments of 17,650 Model S and Model X, while 77,550 Model 3s were delivered during the second quarter of the year.
This is certainly a significant increase in the number of shipments since Tesla only shipped 50,900 Model 3s and 12,100 Model Ss and Model Xs from January to March earlier this year.
It seems that the American manufacturer is finally on the right track with respect to its production rate and the speed of its deliveries. Tesla’s release even predicts a slight increase for sales during the third quarter of the year, by recently receiving several orders.