Tesla delivers 'Stunning' 308,600 vehicles in Q4 vs 266k Wall Street Estimate
Tesla has smashed Q4 2021 deliveries estimates and sees 71% YoY growth with 900k+ vehicles delivered in 2021 compared to 499k delivered in 2020.
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Tesla has announced the numbers for the amount of delivered electric vehicles during the fourth quarter of 2021, the company reported Sunday.
The quarter’s deliveries topped expectations. Analysts predicted that Tesla would deliver around 266,000 cars during this period, SIGNIFICANTLY lower than the real result! The Tesla folder happily announced the following:
Tesla has produced: 308,600 cars in the period ending December 31, 2021. Tesla said in its report that
Here is the total breakdown:
This results in a 71% YoY growth with 900,000+ vehicles delivered in 2021 compared to 499k delivered in 2020
Equally stunning the, 4Q production of 306K which comes out to ~1.2M vehicles produced annually. This is before China expansion (to 1.0M from 750K by 3/31, so +150K) and Berlin/Austin, which should produce 150K each in 2022, given Shanghai synergies.
As Gary Black Calculated on Twitter:
Wallstreet only has 2022 deliveries of 1.3M. The extra 200K are worth $2/sh EPS ~$200 to $TSLA stock.
Here are the yearly numbers breakdown:
See how I predicted this would happen and see what awaits Tesla in 2022:
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