Tesla shattered its quarterly numbers in late 2019 with 104,891 vehicles produced and 112,000 vehicles delivered. And that’s without an affordable model of the vehicle type most Americans like best.
Fortunately, Model Y looks to be coming sooner than anticipated.
A staggering majority of cars Tesla sold this past quarter were the company’s most recent — and cheapest — model, the Model 3. Just 17,933 of the over 100,000 vehicles Tesla delivered were Model S or Model X. Almost 87,000 were model 3, the company said in a press release.