In Q3, Tesla Motors said Sunday it more than doubled third-quarter sales, to 24,500 units, from last year
Tesla said Sunday it shipped 15,800 Model S sedans in the quarter, and 8,700 Model X SUVs.
Tesla remains on track to crank out 50,000 vehicles during the second half of 2016 — which would meet Tesla’s most recent goal to deliver between 80,000 and 90,000 cars this year!
To get the job done, Tesla has introduced a two-year leasing option for both the Model S and Model X. It also launched the P100D, which in “Ludicrous Mode” can go from zero-to-60 mph in 2.5 seconds (soon to be 2.4 seconds), making it the fastest current mass production car in the world.