Tesla produced 206,000 electric vehicles in the second quarter and delivered 201,000 vehicles

On July 3 news, Tesla’s official WeChat account released its production and delivery report for the second quarter of 2021. The report showed that Tesla produced 206,421 electric vehicles and delivered 201,250 in the second quarter.

Among them, Model 3/Y electric vehicles produced 20,4081 and 19,960 vehicles were delivered; Model S/X electric vehicles were produced 2,340 and 1,890 vehicles were delivered.

According to the report, Model 3 and Model Y continue to sell well globally, and the Chinese-made Model 3 will start export work at the end of 2020. The new Model S Plaid version has been officially delivered at the Fremont factory in the United States on June 11, 2021 Beijing time, and the new Model X will also be delivered overseas.

Tesla has built 25,000+ super charging piles worldwide, and Tesla’s Shanghai super charging pile factory has also been completed and put into production.


Up to now, Tesla in mainland China has built more than 870+ super charging stations, 6,700+ super charging piles, with 700+ destination charging stations, and 1,700+ destination charging piles, covering 320+ cities and In the region, more than 200 experience stores and service centers have been opened.