Tesla once again set a new quarterly delivery record.
On April 2, local time, Tesla released its delivery report for the first quarter of 2022. The data shows that in the first quarter of 2022, Tesla's global deliveries exceeded 310,000 units and production exceeded 305,000 units, another record high. Compared with the delivery volume of 184,800 units in the same period of the previous year, the year-on-year increase of 67.7%.
Among them, Model 3 and Model Y deliveries reached 295,300 units in the first quarter, accounting for 95% of total deliveries; Model S and Model X deliveries were 14,700 units.
Previously, Musk has said that Tesla is confident that it can maintain an annual delivery growth rate of more than 50%. It is expected to achieve 20 million units of annual deliveries in 2030. Analysts generally believe that Tesla's global deliveries could reach 1.5 million units in 2022.
According to the data from the Association of Passenger Associations, the Shanghai Super Factory sold 59,800 and 56,500 units in January and February, respectively, and the export volume reached 40,000 and 33,000 units, respectively. According to the information previously announced by Tesla, the Shanghai Super Factory has a capacity of 450,000 units, and its actual delivery volume has exceeded 480,000 units in 2021.
In terms of new factories, on March 22nd local time, Tesla's Berlin, Germany factory was officially opened and delivered the first 30 units of Model Y made in the Berlin factory.
At the same time, according to Tesla's previous announcement, on April 7, the U.S. Texas factory will also open for production, which is the largest of Tesla's four super factories and will be used to produce the Model Y and the electric pickup truck Cybertruck as planned. begin deliveries to consumers.
The two new superfactories in Berlin and Texas may further accelerate Tesla's sales boost when they go into operation, and are also expected to share the export work of the Shanghai superfactory and thus expand its local deliveries in China.
Tesla said that its U.S. orders are currently scheduled through next year, and that global deliveries are expected to continue to rise in the next quarter.