Tesla Cumulative Vehicle Sales Reached Near 3 Million
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Despite the supply chain challenges and COVID-related lockdowns in Shanghai, China, home of Tesla Giga Shanghai, and the first quarter in a long time in which Tesla deliveries were not higher than the previous quarter, the cumulative Tesla deliveries has reached nearly 3 million vehicles! Based on the calculations at CleanTechnica, as of June 30, 2022, Tesla was at 2,899,877 vehicle deliveries, and was expecting to reach 3 million cumulative customer deliveries at the end of July or some time in August of 2022. When it reaches 3 million, it would be a great time to celebrate Tesla’s 10 years of electric vehicle production and deliveries.
Tesla’s two most popular vehicles are Model 3 and Model Y. Model 3 has continued to see strong growth quarter after quarter. Model Y is growing fast, but it has a long way to go to catch up with Model 3.
For this review we’re taking a look at what is currently the best-selling EV in Australia – the Tesla Model 3. Not only that, but we’re looking at its most popular version – the entry-level Rear-Wheel Drive. Now competing with an extensive list of rivals which include everything from the Nissan Leaf to the Polestar 2 – Does the Model 3’s (now wearing a before-on-roads price-tag of A$65,500) latest update keep it front of the pack? Tom White finds out whether you should opt for this one, or whether it’s worth upgrading to a Long Range, or even the just-launched Model Y. Either way, keep a lookout for those waiting lists, because they are both over a year long! With a driving range of 491km, and a 0-100km/h sprint time of just 6.1 seconds, there’s certainly a case to be made for the base Model 3, particularly as it’s also one of the most of the most efficient electric cars on the market, too. Watch the full review to see if the Model 3 is still everything it’s cracked up to be, in the video published on July 12, 2022, “2023 Tesla Model 3 review: Should this EV be Australia’s favorite electric car?“, below:
In the video published on April 9, 2022, “Tesla Model Y Performance – Buying Experience – First EV for you?” below:
In the video published on Jan 17, 2022, “10 Reasons To Buy A TESLA Model Y in 2022!“, below:
In the video published on Feb 7, 2022, “Tesla Model Y – 1 Year Review/ Watch Before you BUY“, below:
Gathered, written, and posted by Windermere Sun-Susan Sun Nunamaker More about the community at www.WindermereSun.com
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