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ChargePoint

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August Sales! See the chart in full on InsideEV

From InsideEV's:
The Tesla Model 3 topped our chart by a landslide, with 17,800 estimated deliveries. This makes it eight months in a row that the Model 3 has been the U.S. EV sales leader. At 55,882 estimated sales so far this year, it is so far beyond all other models there’s just no comparison. It also accounts for nearly half of all EV sales in the U.S. for August and more than one-quarter of all EV sales for the year to date.

If you include the Model S and Model X (3rd and 4th on the year, respectively), Tesla delivered an estimated 23,175 vehicles last month, which accounts for about two-thirds of all EVs sold in the U.S. in August. For the year as a whole, Tesla has sold a whopping 84,127 vehicles in the U.S. out of a total of some ~190,000 overall EV sales to date, based on our estimates. Soon, the automaker should be accounting for over half of all electric vehicles sold in the U.S. for 2018



 

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Wow! The appearance of the Model 3 looks like it might be having a positive synergistic effect on sales of Models S & X! This is incredibly good news for Tesla because most people assumed Model 3 sales would eat into S &X sales a bit.

Q3 is going to be a blow-out qtr. with not only stronger than anticipated sales numbers but, more importantly, much higher Model 3 average selling prices! If Tesla didn't have to compromise Model S & X margins much to achieve that growth, revenues will be positively blow-out. Earnings, harder to guess, depending upon how much this incredible production cost them.