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05 0 2019 02

Tesla delivered around 63,000 vehicles in the first quarter of 2019, including around 50,900 Model 3 and 12,100 Model S and Model X. This corresponds to an increase of 110 per cent compared to the same quarter last year. Compared to the last quarter of 2018, however, this represents a decline of 31 per cent.

In terms of deliveries, at the end of this quarter, another 10,600 Tesla electric cars were on their way to customers worldwide. In this first quarter of this year on the production side, Tesla produced 77,100 vehicles, of which 62,950 were Model 3 and 14,150 Model S and Model X. Staying with production figures for the moment, Tesla produced a total of 34,494 vehicles in the prior-year quarter, so the last quarter of 2018, which included 9,766 Model 3 and 24,728 Model S and Model X.

Back to deliveries, and a comparison to this time last year, the Californian company delivered 29,980 vehicles throughout the first quarter of 2018, including 8,180 Model 3, 11,730 Model S and a further 10,070 Model X. In the course of the past year, production and delivery figures have increased massively, not least because of the popularity of the Model 3. These figures have now quietened down somewhat.

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