2022 New Tesla Model Y best selling car in the World!
Tesla Model Y best selling car – Overview
According to reports, the Tesla Model Y will sell the most vehicles globally in revenue this year and by volume in 2023.
The Model Y is now the electric vehicle with the most global sales.
Tesla anticipates sales will rise even more once its Gigafactories in Texas and Berlin run at total capacity.
The Toyota Corolla currently holds the title of the most popular car in the world.
Around 11,50,000 units of the Japanese automaker’s sedan were sold worldwide in the previous year. In contrast, Tesla’s overall sales in 2021 were 9,36,222 units.
The American EV manufacturer is on target to sell over 1.3 million vehicles in 2022.
With the anticipated rise in production, the electric vehicle manufacturer may see it’s Model Y sales numbers surpass those of the Corolla and claim the title of best-selling vehicle globally.
In 2020, the Tesla Model Y was unveiled. Elon Musk, the company’s CEO, had previously forecast that the Model Y would surpass all other cars in terms of global sales, with a 5–10 lakh vehicle demand per year.
Two years later, the projection appears to be on target; by the end of the year, Tesla is anticipated to be able to produce a million Model Y units yearly.
In the year’s first half, the Tesla Model Y outsold German competitors like the Mercedes-Benz GLC and BMW X3 to claim the best-selling premium midsize SUV in Europe.
Tesla’s electric SUV has been steadily moving up the sales charts since it began to be gradually rolled out across Europe last year.
It topped the sales charts in Sweden in June, Norway in June, and the UK in June, when it came in second place overall.
According to early half-year data from Dataforce reviewed by Automotive News Europe, Car Y sales are increasing so quickly in Europe that the EV may eventually beat the Audi A3 to become the continent’s top-selling premium model overall.
Tesla outsold both the Mercedes-Benz GLC (40,554) and the BMW X3 (40,039) in the first half of the year in Europe (apart from Finland and Portugal) (31,138).
The Audi Q4 e-tron (11,182) was the second most popular midsize luxury SUV with all-electric drive and finished seventh overall.
The Model Y has sold half of all EV sales in the segment, while Audi’s total EV volume of 30,612 units, driven by the Q4 e-tron and e-tron, contributed to a third.
Model Y sales growth for Tesla in the year’s second half will be influenced by consumer demand and manufacturing capacity.
With CEO Elon Musk vowing in July’s earnings call to increase the factory’s weekly output from 1,000 vehicles in June to 5,000 cars “by the end of this year or early next year,” the US business is gradually ramping up production at its new Berlin plant for the Model Y.
Additionally, he stated that Giga Berlin would produce 10,000 automobiles per week by the end of 2023 as Tesla aims to make 500,000 vehicles at its German facility each year.
According to material viewed by analyst Matthias Schmidt, Tesla now produces Performance versions of the Model Y at its Berlin factory.
At the same time, standard dual-motor cars are transported from Tesla’s Shanghai site.
According to Schmidt, 80 percent of Model Y sales in Europe originate from Shanghai and 20 percent from Berlin.
Tesla Model 3 and Model Y have risen to become the second- and best-selling cars in California, respectively, and have contributed to the state’s record-breaking electric vehicle sales.
Regarding EV adoption in the US, California has long been a pioneer.
There are several causes for this, including a state incentive, the state’s overall interest in emerging technologies, and the fact that Tesla, the biggest EV manufacturer in the world until recently, was based there. California accounts for a sizable portion of the US electric vehicle industry, which Tesla dominates.
The California New Car Dealer Association (CNCDA) revealed its Q2 2022 sales figures this week, which provide some information about Tesla’s sales in the state.