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Tesla Gearing Up for Epic Q3 Result with California Quarter-End Push

by Eva Fox September 22, 2020

Tesla Gearing Up for Epic Q3 Result with California Quarter-End Push

Featured image: Tesmanian

Tesla continues to ramp up deliveries for the Q3 2020 quarter-end push. The Fremont factory is on a very tight schedule as the company strives to deliver as many vehicles as possible to its customers by the end of the quarter.

According to a leaked email from Tesla CEO Elon Musk, Tesla has a good chance of hitting a record quarter in vehicle deliveries, which would come as no surprise to those familiar with the company's success.

"We have a shot at a record quarter for vehicle deliveries, but will have to rally hard to achieve it. This is the most number of vehicles per day that we've ever had to deliver."

Musk asked employees to make delivery as an absolute top priority, while also maintaining a high pace of production.

"Please consider vehicle deliveries to be absolute top priority. It's also extremely important that we keep factory output as high as possible over the remaining 10 days. This is vital for the California market."

Work in Fremont is in full swing, according to new pictures and videos taken by Tesmanian. The parking lots near the plant are completely filled with cars awaiting loading. You can also see that there is a queue of trucks waiting to be loaded before entering the parking lot.

In the general area of the factory, Tesla-loaded trucks can be found every 5-10 minutes, which indicates very high demand.

The sales data for August has already been very strong. Tesla has become the top-selling electric vehicle in China, Taiwan, Germany, Australia, Netherlands, and Hong Kong. Based on delivery data for July and August, as well as forecasts for September, we expect the company to be able to deliver about 145,000 vehicles globally in Q3 2020.

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