Number of Tesla vehicles delivered worldwide from 2nd quarter 2015 to 2nd quarter 2018 (in units)

Vehicle deliveries of Tesla by quarter 2018 This statistic shows the number of vehicles delivered by Tesla between the second quarter of 2015 and the second quarter of 2018. During the second quarter of 2018, Tesla delivered just under 41,000 units, of which some 18,440 were deliveries of Tesla's Model 3, about 10,930 were Model S, and more than 11,370 were deliveries of Model X.
Tesla vehicles sales worldwide

Due to its incredible market value, people have already begun dubbing Tesla, GM and Ford the "New Big Three". As of 2017, the American automotive company Tesla was amongst the top 10 most valuable car brands worldwide, valued at 4.4 billion U.S. dollars. The reason why the automaker made it into the ranking was in large part due to its top selling Model S. The model beat out decades of brand building and production capacity of other giant automakers. The number of Tesla vehicles delivered worldwide peaked at 29,980 units in the first quarter of 2018, making the Model S and its siblings a successful product.

In its 2017 fiscal year, Tesla generated 8.5 billion U.S. dollars in revenue from car sales, while the remaining 17.9 percent of revenue came from services, leasing and others. Thanks to the widespread popularity of their vehicles, Tesla’s overall revenue that year reached an all-time high; revenue was up 68 percent from the previous year. Despite the automaker’s consolidated revenue, Tesla Motor’s net loss in 2017 increased to more than 1.9 billion U.S. dollars. This can be seen as a sign of the company's increased investments into innovative new models and production ramp-up.
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Number of deliveries in units
Q2 201511,532
Q3 201511,603
Q4 201517,400
Q1 201614,820
Q2 201614,370
Q3 201624,500
Q4 201622,200
Q1 201725,000
Q2 201722,000
Q3 201726,150
Q4 201729,870
Q1 201829,980
Q2 201840,740
Number of deliveries in units
Q2 201511,532
Q3 201511,603
Q4 201517,400
Q1 201614,820
Q2 201614,370
Q3 201624,500
Q4 201622,200
Q1 201725,000
Q2 201722,000
Q3 201726,150
Q4 201729,870
Q1 201829,980
Q2 201840,740
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This statistic shows the number of vehicles delivered by Tesla between the second quarter of 2015 and the second quarter of 2018. During the second quarter of 2018, Tesla delivered just under 41,000 units, of which some 18,440 were deliveries of Tesla's Model 3, about 10,930 were Model S, and more than 11,370 were deliveries of Model X.
Tesla vehicles sales worldwide

Due to its incredible market value, people have already begun dubbing Tesla, GM and Ford the "New Big Three". As of 2017, the American automotive company Tesla was amongst the top 10 most valuable car brands worldwide, valued at 4.4 billion U.S. dollars. The reason why the automaker made it into the ranking was in large part due to its top selling Model S. The model beat out decades of brand building and production capacity of other giant automakers. The number of Tesla vehicles delivered worldwide peaked at 29,980 units in the first quarter of 2018, making the Model S and its siblings a successful product.

In its 2017 fiscal year, Tesla generated 8.5 billion U.S. dollars in revenue from car sales, while the remaining 17.9 percent of revenue came from services, leasing and others. Thanks to the widespread popularity of their vehicles, Tesla’s overall revenue that year reached an all-time high; revenue was up 68 percent from the previous year. Despite the automaker’s consolidated revenue, Tesla Motor’s net loss in 2017 increased to more than 1.9 billion U.S. dollars. This can be seen as a sign of the company's increased investments into innovative new models and production ramp-up.
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July 2018
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Worldwide
Survey time period
Q2 2015 to Q2 2018
Supplementary notes
The 2015 quarterly figures are taken form a website article, released by bindessetc.com in January 2016. The quarterly figures prior to Q2 2018 are taken from previous Tesla updates.

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