Tesla Q3 Quarter-End Push: Delivery of 140K+ Units Globally is Possible

Tesla Q3 Quarter-End Push: Delivery of 140K+ Units Globally is Possible

Featured image:@GeneLeed /Twitter

Nearing the end of Q3 2020, it looks like Tesla will achieve not only a quarterly record but an all-time record, and deliver more than 140,000 vehicles.

A recent email leak from CEO Elon Musk hints that Tesla has every chance of hitting a record quarter.

"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."

Also, yesterday via his Twitter account, Musk thanked the Tesla team for their excellent delivery work. He stressed that this was one of the most difficult quarters in global logistics. It may also hint that the head of the company is happy with the results of the hard work and the number of deliveries.

At the moment, deliveries continue to grow around the world. On the roads, you can find many trucks loaded with Tesla cars on the way to delivery centers.

The delivery centers are completely filled with Teslas, waiting to be picked up by their owners. In addition to parking lots in delivery centers, vehicles continue to be delivered even to nearby parking lots. The demand is off the charts!

Source: @srielau/Twitter

According to @TroyTeslike/Twitter forecasts, in Q3 2020, Tesla should deliver 144,500 vehicles. He suggests that this quarter, the company will deliver:

  • in the USA - 58,390
  • in Canada - 7,692
  • in Europe - 29,000
  • in China - 40,618
  • APAK - 8,800

Source: @TroyTeslike/Twitter



These data point to an incredibly strong Q3 2020, reflecting massive interest in Tesla cars. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic and the associated production shutdowns, the company has remained faithful to its original 2020 forecast for deliveries. Assuming @TroyTeslike's 3Q and 4Q forecast is true, Tesla will be able to deliver over 500,000 vehicles for the year.

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Eva Fox joined Tesmanian in 2019 to cover breaking news as an automotive journalist. The main topics that she covers are clean energy and electric vehicles. As a journalist, Eva is specialized in Tesla and topics related to the work and development of the company.

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