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Tesla produced a lot more Model 3 cars during the last quarter of 2017 than it did during Q3: it produced 2,425 cars during the quarter, adding to its production total of 23,565 vehicles over all, including Model S and Model X vehicles. That’s a significant ramp from the 260 it made in Q3 last year, but still off its expected pace (even after revising its targets downward).
The production total for Q4 comes via Tesla’s customary quarterly update, which precedes its earnings release. The company also revealed that it delivered a total of 29,870 cars during the most recent quarter, including 15,200 Model S, 13,120 Model X and 1,550 Model 3. It’s Tesla’s new best-ever all-time quarter for Model S and Model X deliveries, boosting the total deliveries 9 percent over its previous record (Q3 of last year).
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