Tesla may achieve 1.9 million deliveries by 2023


Tesla investor and investment advisor Gary Black commented in the Wall Street Journal that Tesla could deliver 10,000 Cybertrucks in 2023 and that the Cybertruck will also open for delivery for the first time in 2023, which Musk previously confirmed, although production is expected later this year and major production will be reflected in 2024. Meanwhile, the investor also said that Tesla is expected to deliver 1.9 million electric cars in 2023.

In 2022, Tesla will deliver 1.31 million units globally, up 40 percent from 2021; and produce 1.37 million units, up about 47 percent year-over-year. This is an impressive result, with growth rates far exceeding those of other automakers.

Gary Black said the Cybertruck is almost ready for production, and the Giga Texas plant is assembling the 9,000-ton press used to produce the Cybertruck. boost people's confidence. And Tesla is confident that it can do so, including bringing in Tom Zhu, a senior executive in China.

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