If you ordered a Tesla and/or if you hold Tesla stock, you’ll be happy to know that the American automaker exceeded expectations, by a significant margin, with a grand total of 308,600 vehicles delivered in Q4 2021. That’s 71% more than Q4 2020.
Back in 2020, Tesla delivered nearly 500,000 cars in total whereas this year, they’ve delivered 936,000, so we can safely expect the company to break the 1 million mark in the next few years. Most of the cars (305,840) came out of main plants in the U.S. and in 2022, production numbers are likely to increase with the new Gigafactory in Austin, Texas and the one in Berlin, Germany; assuming the supply chain situation improves.
Tesla is doing pretty well even though competition is definitely hotting up. The biggest question marks are related to the Cybertruck and the especially the Roadster, as both vehicles are still not here even though it’s now been two+ years since they were first announced.
What do you think, can Tesla keep its dominance in the EV market or will it eventually lose to traditional automakers that are catching up? Let me know your thoughts in the comments.
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