Tesla China has achieved record-breaking sales in June, according to data from the China Passenger Car Association (CPCA). The company sold 93,680 vehicles manufactured at its Giga Shanghai plant, surpassing the previous record set in March. This represents an 18.72% increase compared to the same period last year and a 20.57% improvement from May. In the second quarter, Tesla China sold a total of 247,217 vehicles, accounting for approximately 53% of the automaker’s global deliveries.
Tesla’s second-quarter vehicle production and delivery report revealed that the company delivered 466,140 vehicles worldwide, marking an impressive 83.02% increase year-over-year. This figure exceeded market expectations, with analysts predicting around 448,400 deliveries. The majority of Tesla’s sales in Q2 were comprised of the Model 3 sedan and Model Y crossover, which together accounted for 96% of total deliveries. Additionally, the Model S and Model X also performed well, surpassing expectations with 19,255 units sold.
The significance of Tesla’s Gigafactory Shanghai is growing, as it contributed 53.6% (476,539 vehicles) of the company’s global deliveries in the first half of 2023. These strong sales figures indicate the success of Tesla’s efforts to market its vehicles more assertively to consumers.
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