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On the evening of January 2nd, Tesla announced its production and delivery figures for the year 2020. The total production was 509,737 vehicles, with 499,550 deliveries made. Meanwhile, Model Y has started production at the Shanghai Gigafactory and will be delivered soon. The specific delivery situation is shown in the following image:
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- Model S/X production was 16,097, with 18,920 deliveries made;
- Model 3/Y production was 163,660, with 161,650 deliveries made.
The total production and deliveries for Q4 were 179,757 and 180,570, respectively.
Full year 2020:
- Model S/X production was 54,805, with 57,039 deliveries made;
- Model 3/Y production was 454,932, with 442,511 deliveries made.
The total production and deliveries for the full year 2020 was 509,737 and 499,550, respectively.
Tesla indicated that net income, cash flow, and other financial results will be announced in the Q4 report. The delivery figures are relatively conservative, and the final numbers may differ by as much as 0.5% or more.
Tesla stated that delivery figures only represent a measure of the company’s financial performance and should not be used as a gauge of quarterly financial performance. Metrics depend on various factors, including sales costs, exchange rate fluctuations, and vehicle leasing, among other factors.
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