Tesla electric car shipments increased by 50% in 2019

Tesla delivered 367,600 vehicles in 2019 -- more cars than the previous two years COMBINED.

| Jan 5, 2020 at 10:15 pm CST

Tesla delivered 367,500 vehicles in 2019 which marks a huge increase for the electric vehicle maker, as that is more than double the cars it shipped in the previous two years, combined.

Tesla electric car shipments increased by 50% in 2019 | TweakTown.com

Even just in Q4 2019, Tesla broke its own records for making close to 105,000 vehicles and delivering 112,000 vehicles. Most of this is from the super-popular Model 3 sedan, with 92,500 Model 3s delivered -- a 46% increase of Q4 2018, while delivering 19,450 Model S and Model X electric vehicles.

Tesla is bringing more Gigafactory locations online, with its recent Shanghai-based Gigafactory 3 churning out its Model 3 vehicles now. Tesla says that its new Gigafactory 3 facility has already made 1000 cars ready for consumers, and has a production run-rate of making more than 3000 cars per week (this excludes local battery pack production).

Gigafactory 3 will be the location of its new Model Y crossover, which Tesla CEO and founder Elon Musk says will outsell the Model 3, Model S, and Model X... combined. Throw into the mix the much-hyped Tesla Cybertruck and the future looks bright for Tesla.

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