Tesla is likely to deliver 1.82 million vehicles in 2023, up 37% from 2022. This would be a new record for the company, but it might not satisfy Elon Musk, who was eager to achieve more. Reuters writes about this.
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According to analysts , Tesla delivered about 473 thousand vehicles in the fourth quarter. This would be the highest quarterly figure in the company's history.
Tesla has cut prices on its cars in 2023 to combat slowing sales and competition from Chinese manufacturers. The price war has also led some automakers, including Ford Motor, to abandon their electrification plans.
However, Elon Max said at the beginning of the year that the company plans to produce 2 million electric cars in 20203.< /p>
Despite the fact that Tesla did not achieve its goal, the company is still the undisputed leader in the field of electric vehicles. The company's shares have more than doubled in price this year.
Earlier, the Ministry of Finance wrote that Tesla was recalling 120 thousand cars that may have problems with doors, and in November Musk presented the futuristic armored pickup truck Tesla Cybertruck for $40 thousand.