This afternoon, Tesla released its quarterly report for the third quarter of 2021. Per the report, the company built 237,823 vehicles in Q3, and delivered a total of 241,300.
Compared to Q3 of 2020, where they delivered 139,300 vehicles, today’s report shows a remarkable 73% YoY increase. This year’s Q3 results also show a 20% increase over the previous quarter’s delivery numbers; Tesla built 206,421 vehicles and delivered 201,250 in Q2.
Further, the company massively increased its deliveries of Model S and Model X (up to 9,275 from 1,890 in Q2), due to the company ramping up production of their new refreshed versions, and the new Model S Plaid- the fastest accelerating production car in the world. Deliveries of the refreshed Model S and Model X are expected to further increase over the coming quarters.