Tesla_Model_3-US-car-sales-statisticsMonthly and annual sales figures for the Tesla Model 3 in the US.

 
See how Tesla Model 3 sales compare to the other models in the US premium mid-sized car segment and the US Alternative Power segment. Also find Tesla Model 3 sales figures in Europe.
 
 
*Tesla US monthly sales are estimates, the annual total are exact figures based on the company’s quarterly reports. As a result, the monthly sales may not add up to the annual total.
 

Tesla
Model 3
2017
Tesla
Model 3
2018
Tesla
Model 3
2019
Tesla
Model 3
2020
Tesla
Model 3
2021
Tesla
Model 3
2022
January 1.875 6.500
February 2.485 5.750
March 3.820 10.175 21.750 23.110 40.200
April 3.750 10.050
May 6.000 13.950
June 5.902 21.225 30.000 28.400
July 30 14.250 12.550
August 75 17.800 12.350
September 115 22.250 19.100 43.000 36.400
October 145 17.750 9.100
November 345 18.650 11.200
December 1.060 25.250 26.975 43.000 33.700

Tesla
Model 3
2021 121.610
2020 167.500
2019 158.925
2018 139.782
2017 1.770

 

Use the dropdown at the top right of this page to find sales figures for any other car model sold in the US since the early 2000’s.

 

Sources: Manufacturers, ANDC

 

Tesla
Model 3
2017
Tesla
Model 3
2018
Tesla
Model 3
2019
Tesla
Model 3
2020
Tesla
Model 3
2021
Tesla
Model 3
2022
January 1.875 6.500
February 2.485 5.750
March 3.820 10.175 21.750 23.110 40.200
April 3.750 10.050
May 6.000 13.950
June 5.902 21.225 30.000 28.400
July 30 14.250 12.550
August 75 17.800 12.350
September 115 22.250 19.100 43.000 36.400
October 145 17.750 9.100
November 345 18.650 11.200
December 1.060 25.250 26.975 43.000 33.700

Tesla
Model 3
2021 121.610
2020 167.500
2019 158.925
2018 139.782
2017 1.770
  1. The threat the Europeans pose to Tesla is widely underestimated. The specialness of BEVs will fade, and Tesla will be evaluated more traditionally. The Model Y will launch well over a year after several BEV CUVs. The Semi will probably still be the longest range BEV truck, but retail sales will trail fleet sales by several years. The SC network only has a few years of exclusively in 100+ kW highway DC-FC stations left. The Model 3 also needs to validate Tesla’s extremely progressive design philosophy.

    1. Electrify American is already installing charging stations with 150kW and 350kW chargers in the US.

    2. Given the recent sales numbers for the iPace, Tesla is outselling Jaguar only 60:1. Audi is better as Tesla is outselling them only 25:1. So you could argue that the :”threat” of the Europeans is underestimated only if you expected Tesla to outsell them 100:1. And as for charging networks, it seems that the Tesla superchargers are expanding about as fast on a numeric basis as Electrify America. We will see if Porsche can do any better.

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