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Published on December 25, 2018 |
by Zachary Shahan

25. December 2018 by Zachary


For this month's issue of "Nasty Tesla Charts," I decided to add a non-sale ticket should have added months ago. It's just too nice that a diagram is not included here. True, if you missed it, according to NHTSA statistics, the three least viable vehicles are the Tesla Model 3, the Tesla Model S, and the Tesla Model X (in that order).

This is just one of the ways Tesla has made so many sales. Tesla's three models are also the fastest in their class, likely to feature the best semi-autonomous driving technology, supercharged supercharged, regularly updated with over-the-air software updates, and several fun features.

Luxury car brand November 2018 (sales in the USA) Segment share
Acura Cars 3,680 5%
Audi Cars 6,579%
BMW Cars 16.511 22%
Infiniti Cars 3.781 5%
Jaguar Cars (founded) 935 1% Lexus Cars 7,778 10%
Mercedes-Benz Cars 14,895 20%
Tesla Cars (founded) 20,500 TOTAL
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Tesla sells more luxury cars than any other automaker in the US. According to the CleanTechnica estimates for November, 27% of luxury cars in the US were Tesla passenger cars (ie the sale of Model 3 and Model S). This places Tesla in first place, far ahead of BMW, Mercedes-Benz and all others.

Not too shabby for a 15-year-old company that started mass-producing cars six years ago. Where will Tesla be in another 6 years?

Brand November 2018 (Sales in the USA) Market Share
Acura 14,053 8%
Audi 17,082 10% [19659046] 28,330 17%
Infiniti 14,086 8%
Jaguar Land Rover 11,744 7%
26,446 26,446 16%
Mercedes-Benz 32,979 20%
Tesla (founded) 23,050 14%
TOTAL 167,770 100% The first two sales charts were for Passenger Cars sales (the sales of pickup trucks, SUVs and Crossovers are not included). As the two charts and the chart above show, Tesla is, if you look a little wider, one of the leading luxury car manufacturers in the US … even with just three models on the market. Although there is no crossover on the market, Tesla depends only a few thousand sales under Lexus.

In November, Tesla accounted for ~ 14% of luxury automaker sales, based on estimates from CleanTechnica and official figures from automakers.

If you retire a ginormous step, the graph above shows the top 20 best-selling light trucks in the US in November. The Model 3 even makes this list based on our November estimates and official figures from non-Tesla car manufacturers. If you exclude trucks and off-road vehicles and only consider the best-selling cars,

the Model 3 ranks 6th in November and 11th for January – November 2018.

In the third of these maps, you can skip month after month to see how the model rises 3 months a month. [194559007]

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If you The luxury car classes in which the Tesla Model 3 competes (based on price, quality and performance) limit and only investigate, then this is the place where the vehicle drives The story begins to really get wild. Even for January-November, the Model 3 eliminates the competition from Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Lexus, etc.

Due to how the model was discarded Compared to model comparisons, I was used to comparing Model 3 sales with the sales of other brand offers in those classes (all together, such as the BMW 2 Series + 3 Series + 4 Series + 5 Series). As you can see, the Model 3 is still on the stack.

Although some Tesla fans think that this comparison is not fair, as we put together medium-sized luxury cars with small luxury cars. The thing is, Tesla does not sell cars that are smaller than the model 3, while its competitors do. If you want a little Tesla, you have to deal with a Model 3. That's why, in my opinion, it makes sense to combine these models in these classes.

I also thought that the sale of some iconic models for a deeper dive would be particularly interesting. Above are four charts showing the sales development of the Tesla Model 3 this year and the sales development of the Ford Mustang. The following is the same for the Tesla Model 3 versus the BMW 3 Series + 4 Series.

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After a production ramp of about 1 year rose The Tesla Model 3, as you can see, in July on the Ford Mustang and the BMW 3/4 Series. It now lives in another area – at least until January.

Will the Mustang and 3/4 series survive when people learn that the Model 3 is faster, safer, has more advanced technologies, lower total cost of ownership, and is just cooler? Honestly, who would buy a Ford Mustang or a BMW 3/4 Series after comparing the driving experience and details of these cars and the Tesla Model 3? I think the only reason why Ford and BMW were not forced to stop producing these models is that relatively few people have heard of the Model 3 and even less have experienced the electric monster.

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Tags: Acura, Audi, BMW 3 Series BMW, BMW 4 Series, Ford, Ford Mustang, Infiniti, Jaguar, Jaguar Land Rover, Lexus, Mercedes, Tesla, Tesla Model 3, Tesla Model 3, Tesla Model S , Tesla Model X, Tesla Sales


About the Author [19659095] Zachary Shahan Zach tries to help society to help itself (and other species). Most of the time he spends here on CleanTechnica as its director and editor-in-chief. He is also the president of Important Media and the director / founder of EV Obsession and Solar Love . Zach is recognized worldwide as an expert in electric vehicles, solar energy and energy storage. He has reported on Cleantech at conferences in India, the United Arab Emirates, Ukraine, Poland, Germany, the Netherlands, the US and Canada.

Zach has long-term investments in TSLA, FSLR, SPWR, SEDG and ABB. After years of coverage of solar and electric vehicles, he simply has great confidence in these particular companies and feels like a good cleantech investment company. He does not offer professional investment advice and does not want to be responsible for losing money, so jump not to the conclusions.




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