On April 3, Tesla releases Q1 2023 Global Production and Delivery Report. Specifically, Tesla globally produced over 440,000 electric vehicles and delivered more than 422,200. Tesla will announce its Q1 2023 financial results after the market closes on Wednesday, April 19, 2023.
The report shows that in Q1 2023, Tesla produced 440,808 electric vehicles and delivered 422,875 globally. Among them, 19,437 Model S and Model X were produced, with 10,695 delivered; Model 3 and Model Y production reached 421,371, with 412,180 vehicles delivered. Compared to the same period last year, total production increased 44% YoY, deliveries increased 36% YoY, and it was 6.69 times the deliveries in the same period of 2019.
Tesla will continue transitioning to “more balanced mass production for different regional markets,” including Model S/X vehicles en route to the EMEA region (Europe/Middle East/Africa) and Asia-Pacific region. In the domestic market, the new Tesla Model S and Model X have begun deliveries. The new Model S offers two versions, with prices ranging from 0.7899 to 1.0099 million yuan; the new Model X offers two versions, with prices ranging from 0.8799 to 1.0399 million yuan.
In terms of power, the new Tesla Model S dual-motor all-wheel drive version has a maximum power of 493 kW, an increase of 98 kW compared to the previous model, accelerates from 0-100 km/h in 3.2 seconds, improving by 0.6 seconds, and has a CLTC range of 715 km. Additionally, the introduction of the new triple-motor all-wheel drive Plaid model replaces the previous Performance version, with a maximum power of 750 kW, an increase of 173 kW, acceleration of 2.1 seconds from 0-100 km/h, improving by 0.4 seconds, and a CLTC range of 672 km.
The new Tesla Model X has received a power upgrade, with the dual-motor all-wheel-drive version having a maximum power of 493 kW, an increase of 98 kW compared to the previous model. Its 0-100 km/h acceleration time is 3.2 seconds, improving by 1.4 seconds, and has a CLTC range of 715 km. The all-new three-motor all-wheel-drive Plaid model boasts a maximum power of 750 kW, an increase of 173 kW over the previous version, with a 0-100 km/h acceleration of 2.6 seconds, improving by 0.2 seconds, and a CLTC range of 664 km.
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