Tesla has successfully transported more than 6 million vehicles worldwide

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By Car Brand Experts

According to Tesla’s remarkable financial outcomes for the second quarter of 2024, the electric vehicle manufacturer has reached a significant milestone. Since 2012, Tesla has effectively distributed over 6 million vehicles globally, marking a remarkable achievement for a relatively young car producer.

Observers in the industry point out that following Tesla’s delivery of 443,956 vehicles in Q2 of 2024, the total number of vehicles delivered by the company since the commencement of Model S production in 2012 has now reached 6,227,920 units. It is noteworthy that a significant portion of these vehicles comprises primarily the Model 3 sedan and the Model Y crossover.

Both the Model 3 and Model Y are furnished with sufficient hardware to facilitate the imminent Full Self-Driving (FSD) launch by Tesla. This implies that a significant portion of the electric vehicle company’s fleet could potentially join Tesla’s proposed Robotaxi network, pending the successful development of its autonomous driving technology.

Elon Musk has consistently stated that Tesla’s primary objective is to hasten the world’s shift towards sustainability. One way through which Tesla accomplishes this goal is by producing and marketing appealing electric cars that match or surpass their gasoline-powered counterparts. Tesla has so far been quite successful in this pursuit, as proven by the Model Y claiming the title of the world’s best-selling vehicle in 2023.

What is particularly promising is that Tesla is merely at the outset of its journey. With the company’s upcoming platform and advanced manufacturing techniques, the production volume is anticipated to surpass the levels of the Model 3 and Model Y presently. Tesla’s next-generation platform is also poised to lower the cost of electric vehicles further, enabling the company to compete in segments currently dominated by the world’s largest auto manufacturers.

As Tesla introduces its advanced manufacturing approach and next-gen platform, the company’s global fleet is expected to experience an even swifter expansion. At such a juncture, the notion of Tesla emerging as the most valuable global enterprise seems entirely realistic.

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Tesla has successfully transported over 6 million vehicles worldwide

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