Tesla released its vehicle delivery data for the fourth quarter and whole year of 2021 on Sunday. During the fourth quarter, the company delivered a total of over 308,600 vehicles. In all of 2021, it delivered 936,172 vehicles, a year-on-year increase of 87% compared with 499,647 units in 2020.
The combined delivery volume of Model 3s and Model Ys was 296,850 units and 911,208 units in Q4 and the whole year, respectively. Deliveries of the Model X and Model S were 11,750 units and 24,964 units in Q4 and the whole year, respectively.
At present, Tesla produces vehicles in major factories located in Fremont, California and Shanghai, China, but the Model X and Model S are only produced in Fremont.
According to a report by Chinese media outlet Yicai on Monday, some insiders said that Tesla may have sold more than 60,000 vehicles in China in December 2021. However, due to the sharp increase in orders and insufficient supply of chips and other parts, it is estimated that only the orders in October 2021 will be delivered at most.
Tesla recently moved its headquarters to Texas in early December. Musk said in October last year that Tesla will be able to maintain an annual growth rate of more than 50% for “quite a while.”