On January 26th, Tesla announced its Q4 2022 production and delivery numbers, revealing that the company had delivered a record 308,600 vehicles in the quarter. This marks a 27% increase over the same period last year and is a new record for the company.
The breakdown of deliveries by model is as follows: 181,650 Model 3 and Model Y vehicles, and 126,950 Model S and Model X vehicles. This is the first time that Model 3 and Model Y deliveries have exceeded Model S and Model X deliveries in a single quarter.
In addition to the strong delivery numbers, Tesla also announced that it had produced 311,222 vehicles in Q4 2022, which is another record for the company. The production breakdown by model is as follows: 185,952 Model 3 and Model Y vehicles, and 125,270 Model S and Model X vehicles.
Tesla's strong delivery and production numbers are a testament to the company's continued growth and success in the electric vehicle market. With the recent launch of the Model Y in Europe and the upcoming launch of the Cybertruck, Tesla is poised to continue its upward trajectory in the coming year.
Tesla is also continuing to invest in its charging infrastructure, with plans to expand its Supercharger network and launch the new V4 Supercharger in the near future. The V4 Supercharger is expected to deliver a charging speed of up to 350 kW, which will significantly reduce charging times for Tesla vehicles.
Overall, the future looks bright for Tesla as the company continues to innovate and dominate the electric vehicle market. Stay tuned for more updates and news from the world of Tesla.