SMM: a few days ago, overseas media exposed that the number of vehicles delivered by Tesla in the third quarter of 2020 is expected to break the previous record. The news came from the company's CEO Elon Musk's collective call email to employees, which was a direct indication of the fact that the number of deliveries in the quarter had a chance to break the record.
According to foreign media reports, part of the original text of the email read: "We have a shot at record quarter for deliveries, but we'll have to rally hard to achieve it." This is the most number of vehicles per day that we would ever hd to deliver. " The idea is that Tesla will have a chance to break the previous single-quarter delivery record, but we need to work hard to achieve it, which means employees will face the highest daily delivery volume.
Tesla's previous single-quarter delivery record appeared in the fourth quarter of 2019, with 112095 vehicles. Prior to this, Tesla set a target of delivering 500000 vehicles this year, but due to the impact of the epidemic at the beginning of the year, it is unclear whether this figure can be achieved in the future. Despite this, Tesla still produced 102672 and 82272 cars in the first and second quarter of 2020. And the brand's unique direct sales model also helps them to count the number of new car deliveries.
In early 2020, Tesla stopped work and production for a period of time due to the impact of novel coronavirus's epidemic. From April to August, with the gradual recovery of the domestic car market, we saw the recovery of Tesla Model 3 sales in the domestic market, with a total sales of 52500 vehicles. From this point of view, if this momentum is extended to the whole world and Tesla's whole car system, it seems not difficult to understand its record-breaking delivery in the third quarter of 2020. In the future, Tesla will also introduce domestic Model Y models, which may really enable them to achieve their delivery target of 500000 vehicles by the end of the year.
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