Tesla Announced How Many Vehicles It Produced In 2023!

Tesla announced how many vehicles it produced in the third quarter of 2023. According to the official statement made by the company, Tesla is playing at the top again. Here are the details!

Tesla has proven its claim in electric vehicle production to the whole world. The company’s targets for vehicle production are also obvious. We even know that it wants to build its new factory and is considering Turkey in this regard.

There is a noticeable increase in Tesla’s vehicle production compared to previous years. Here is Tesla’s production number in 2023 according to the official statement made by the company…

Increase Compared to Last Year!

According to official data released by Tesla, the company delivered a total of 435,059 vehicles in the third quarter of 2023. This figure is only the number of vehicle deliveries, we do not yet know how much the company earns from these deliveries. However, an announcement will be made soon.

When we look at the third quarter of this year, we see that the company produced more than 430,000 vehicles and delivered more than 435,000 vehicles. When we look at this data, the company’s quarterly result this year decreased by 6.6 percent compared to the previous quarter.

On an annual basis, we see an increase of 26.5 percent. In the last quarter of 2023, it was announced that the company produced Model series vehicles mostly in the US, China and Germany factories.

In the data in Turkey, it is seen that it produced a total of 416,800 units of Model Y and shipped 419,74 units. Tesla, which announced that it produced its 5 millionth vehicle in the past weeks, seems to grow even more in the coming years.

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