85 Interesting Tesla Statistics and Facts (2020) | By the Numbers



Tesla Statistics and Facts

Here are some of the more interesting Tesla statistics and facts I was able to dig up. As always, I will be adding to/updating this list fairly regularly, so be sure to check back often.

Tesla Statistics and Facts

There have been quite a few digital innovations over the past decade that have either changed the automobile industry or stand to change it significantly in the coming years. A notable change agent during this time has been Tesla Motors, one of the newest car-makers.

While Tesla cars are most notable because they run on electricity, they also have a number of other innovative features included in their models. It makes sense that they would be leading the digital disruption of the auto industry since their founder isn't a car industry veteran, but one of the founders of PayPal.

I recently sat down to try to quantify how much of a dent Tesla has made in the auto industry in a little over a decade. Here we go..

Tesla Facts

  • Tesla Website: www.tesla.com
  • Year Tesla  was Founded: 2003
  • Tesla Founders: Martin Eberhard and Marc Tarpenning
  • Tesla Headquarters: Palo Alto, CA
  • Tesla CEO: Elon Musk
  • Key Tesla Subsidiary: SolarCity

Date of Tesla Motors' incorporation:

July 1, 2003


Introduction date of Tesla's first car model:

July 19, 2006


What is Tesla?

Tesla’s mission is to accelerate the world’s transition to sustainable energy through increasingly affordable electric vehicles in addition to renewable energy generation and storage. (source)

Tesla Statistics

How many employees does Tesla have?

37,543

Last updated 1/1/18


Total number of cars built by Tesla:

1 million

Last updated 3/10/20


Number of Tesla cars delivered in 2019:

367,000 vehicles

Last updated 1/29/20


How much is Tesla worth?

an estimated $60 billion

Last updated 6/10/17


Number of Tesla supercharger stations globally:

1,000

Last updated 9/11/17


Number of superchargers globally:

6,500

Last updated 9/11/17


Average amount of money that Tesla burns through hourly:

$480,000

Last updated 11/21/17


Reported Tesla market cap:

$53 billion

Last updated 11/21/17


Tesla Revenue (annual):


Tesla net profit (annual):


Average number of Tesla Model 3s that are being made weekly:

2,000

Last updated 4/2/18


Tesla Revenue (Quarterly):


Tesla net income(quarterly):


Tesla vehicle production (quarterly):


Tesla vehicle deliveries (quarterly):


Reported amount Tesla paid for SolarCity:

$2.6 billion


Average amount of self-driving data Tesla gains from its vehicles every 10 hours:

1 million miles

Last updated 5/30/16


Estimated cost of Tesla's Gigafactory:

$5 billion

Last updated 11/6/16


Amount Tencent has invested in Tesla:

$1.8 billion

Last updated 3/28/17


Tencent's ownership stake in Tesla:

5%

Last updated 3/28/17


Reported amount that Tesla burns through weekly:

$100 million

Last updated 8/7/17


Amount Tesla customers have driven with Autopilot on:

100 million miles

Last updated 5/24/16


Number of cars Tesla has on the road that have Autopilot capabilities:

70,000

Last updated 5/24/16


Average daily amount of autopilot driving that is recorded by Tesla vehicles:

2.6 million miles per day

Last updated 5/24/16


Number of orders Tesla has received for the Tesla Model 3 sedan:

400,000 orders

Last updated 5/4/16


Amount that the Tesla Model 3 will reportedly cost (after tax incentives):

$30,000

Last updated 12/17/16


Amount that it cost to pre-order a Tesla Model 3:

$1,000


Number of Powerwall pre-orders Tesla received in the first half of 2016:

38,000


Amount Tesla received in orders for the Model X in the first week after it was announced:

$40 million


Average number of Tesla Model 3 reservations booked per day:

1,800

Last updated 8/2/17


Number of Tesla Model 3s made in Q4 2017:

2,425


Projected Tesla vehicle deliveries in 2016:

80-90,000 vehicles


Actual Tesla vehicle deliveries in 2016:

76,230 vehicles


Number of Tesla cars built in 2015:

50,580


Number of Tesla cars built in 2014:

35,000


Tesla's goal for annual cars built by 2018:

500,000


Tesla's production goal for 2018:

10,000 cars per week


Percentage of Tesla owners that would buy another Tesla:

91%

Last updated 12/26/16


Percentage of Tesla vehicles sold in 2016 that were sold into China:

15%

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  • Users
  • Demographics
  • Revenue
  • Growth
  • Etc.- all in one place

I try to go through each and every stat regularly and update as much as possible, but we all know that some stats are easier to track down than others. As always, every stat is linked to its original source and has the source date listed.

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