Tesla has just hit another production milestone. Tesla Gigafactory Texas has reached a production rate of 3,000 Model Y (Model Ys?) per week. That’s 156,000 Model Y SUVs/crossovers per year from this new factory, but expect the number to keep climbing quickly and end well above 156,000 a year in a year from now.
Giga Texas hits 3k Model Y builds/week.
Congrats, Tesla team! 🤘 pic.twitter.com/uhG03gFyba
— Tesla (@Tesla) December 15, 2022
That 3,000 a week adds onto the much larger volumes coming out of the Tesla Giga Shanghai and Tesla Fremont factories as well as the units coming off of the Tesla Giga Berlin production lines.
Troy Teslike, perhaps the best Tesla production and delivery tracker in the world outside of Tesla, estimates 245,538 Model Y are going to end up being produced in 2022 at the Tesla Fremont factory, 440,868 at Tesla Giga Shanghai, 50,699 at Tesla Giga Berlin, and 36,654 at Tesla Giga Texas. That comes to 737,759 units of the Tesla Model Y produced in 2022.
Hi everybody. Tesla Delivery Estimates for Q4 2022 were as follows on Dec 5:
• My estimate: 428K
• Analyst consensus: 430K
My 428K estimate would mean 42.8% annual growth for the full year. Tesla’s target is “just under 50%”.
The next update on Twitter will be on Dec 15. pic.twitter.com/hbir5yFWFL
— Troy Teslike (@TroyTeslike) December 13, 2022
Overall, Troy Teslike has Tesla at 1.37 million electric vehicles in 2022. We’ll see.
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