Tesla's sales in 2021 may exceed 2.2 million units, an annual growth rate of 60%

News on February 22: Digitimes Research estimated in its latest report that the cumulative sales of Tesla will exceed 2.2 million units in 2021, an annual increase of 60%, of which the combined proportion of Model 3 and Model Y will exceed 90%. Among them, at the beginning of 2021, Tesla plans to have an annual production capacity of 1.05 million electric vehicles (compared with the planned figure of 640,000 in the same period of the previous year), and the Shanghai factory has the highest increase in production capacity.

In addition, according to Tesla's official website in the United States, the Tesla Model Y long-life version starts at US$48,900, which was previously US$49,990, a reduction of US$10,000. A few days ago, Tesla’s US official website showed that the company has lowered the price of the Model 3 and Model Y basic versions, and raised the price of the Performance high-performance version.

Currently, the Tesla Model 3 standard battery life upgrade version starts at US$36,990, which is a reduction of US$1,000 compared to the previous US$37,990; the model Y standard battery life upgrade version starts at US$39,990, which is the same as the previous US$41990 Compared with, the price is reduced by 2,000 dollars. This is the second wave of Model Y price cuts in recent days.