Tesla Revenue and Growth Statistics (2023)

Key Tesla user stats. Includes data on market cap, revenue, profit/loss, investments, number of employees, and more.
Tesla Revenue and Growth Statistics (2023)
Last updated on:
November 7, 2022

Key interesting stats about Tesla

  • Tesla sold 908,573 electric cars in just the first quarter of 2022.
  • As of November 2022, Tesla has a $613.03 billion market cap, from an astonishing fiscal year 21  when the company's market worth reached more than $1 trillion
  • Tesla's revenue for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2022, was $74.863 billion, a 59.8% increase year on year.
  • Tesla's gross profit for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2022, was $19.923 billion, an increase of 84.05% year on year.
  • Tesla's operating income for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2022, was $12.368 billion, a 175.76% increase year over year.
  • Tesla's net income for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2022, was $ 11.190 billion, representing a 219.81% increase year over year.
  • Tesla's EBITDA for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2022, was $15.974 billion, a 122.91% increase year on year.
  • Tesla sold 936,222 vehicles globally in 2021, a growth of 87% over the previous year. As of August 2022, the company has sold a total of 3 million vehicles.
  • Approximately 343,800 Tesla EVs were delivered to consumers in the third quarter of 2022.
  • In 2021, Tesla produced 938,172 vehicles. In 2021, the Tesla Model 3 sold 501,000 units worldwide.
  • Tesla Model 3 and Model Y deliveries accounted for 97% of Tesla's sales volume in 2021.
  • Tesla produced 386,759 EVs in the first and second quarters of 2021.
  • Tesla operates 40,432 Superchargers in 4,470 stations worldwide as of December 2022, with an average of more than 9 chargers per station.
  • The United States of America has the most Tesla supercharger stations in the world, accounting for 37.88% of the total.
  • In 2022, Tesla's entire workforce count hit the landmark of 100,000+.
  • Research revealed that the majority of Tesla owners are male. In comparison to 49% of drivers of all other vehicles, 83% of drivers in this group were men.

Tesla Company Overview

Take a quick look at Tesla as a company. At a glance:

Key StatsKey Info
Date FoundedJuly 1, 2003
HeadquartersGigafactory Texas, 13101 Tesla Road, Austin, Texas, U.S.A
FormerlyTesla Motors, Inc. (July 2003 - February 2017)
Rebranded Trade nameTesla
Type of BusinessPublic
Type of IndustryAutomotive and Renewable energy
Co-FoundersMartin Eberhard, Marc Tarpenning, Ian Wright, Elon Musk, and JB Straubel
Major Share OwnerElon Musk (owns 13.4% of the total Tesla share)
Number of office locations655
Area servedNorth America, Europe, Oceania, East Asia, Middle East, Southeast Asia
Key peopleRobyn Denholm (chair), Elon Musk (CEO)
ProductsModel 3, Model S, Model X, Model Y, Semi, Powerwall, Powerpack, and Megapack, Solar panels and Solar Roof
Production output930,422 vehicles (2021), 3.99 GWh battery energy storage systems (2021), 345 MW solar (2021)
ServicesService, Charging, Insurance, Software, upgraded and Connectivity
Market Cap.$1.042 trillion (2021)
Revenue$74.863 billion (2022)
Operating Income$12.368 billion (2022)
Net Income$11.190 billion (2022)
Number of employees110,000 (April 2022)
SubsidiariesTesla Energy, Tesla Grohmann Automation
Websitetesla.com

Tesla EVs marketing and operations at a glance

Tesla has about 70% market dominance in battery-powered electric vehicle sales in the United States.

The most popular EV vehicle in the US is the company's flagship Model 3.

Since its IPO in 2010, Tesla has grown significantly, earning the reputation of a gold standard along the way.

In October 2021, its market cap has surpassed $1 trillion for the first time.

Tesla has transitioned over time from creating specialized items for wealthy consumers to producing more accessible EVs for the general public.

The company distinguishes itself from other automakers with its three-pronged business model approach of direct sales, servicing, and charging its EVs.

Tesla is much more than simply a car manufacturer; it is hailed as the renewable energy revolution in the auto industry.

Source: Macro Trends

Tesla Valuation (Market Cap)

As of November 2022, Tesla has a $613.03 billion market cap.

There has been roughly a 0.5% fall from the astounding fiscal year 21 (FY21) when the company's market worth reached an incredible $1,041.99 billion ($1 trillion+).

Grapha about Tesla Valuation
YearValuation
2022$613.03 billion (Nov.)
2021$1.04 trillion ($1,041.99 billion)
2020$658.39 billion
2019$81.07 billion
2018$54.96 billion
2017$53.98 billion
2016$30.82 billion
2015$30.77 billion
2014$27.62 billion
2013$18.99 billion
2012$3.95 billion

Source: Macro Trends

Tesla Revenue

  • Tesla's revenue for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2022, was $74.863 billion, a 59.8% increase year on year.
  • Tesla's annual revenue in 2021 was $53.823 billion, a 70.67% increase over 2020.
  • Tesla's annual revenue in 2020 was $31.536 billion, a 28.31% increase over 2019.
  • Tesla's annual revenue in 2019 was $24.578 billion, a 14.52% increase over 2018.
Graph about Tesla Revenue
YearRevenue% change
2022$74,863 million59.8% increase
2021$53,823 million70.67% increase
2020$31,536 million28.31% increase
2019$24,578 million14.52% increase
2018$21,461 million82.5% increase
2017$11,759 million67.98% increase
2016$7,000 million73.01% increase
2015$4,046 million26.52% increase
2014$3,198 million58.87% increase
2013$2,013 million387.4% increase
2012$413 million102.45% increase
2011$204 million74.36% increase
2010$117 million4.46% increase
2009$112 million-

Source: Macro Trends

Tesla's domestic and international revenue

Revenue generated by Tesla increased to around 54 billion U.S. dollars in the 2021 fiscal year, with the United States spearheading demand.

The U.S. generated about 24 billion U.S. dollars in revenue for Tesla, just under 45% of the overall total.

This compares to revenue of almost 14 billion U.S. dollars from sales in China, the second-largest revenue generator.

Source: Statista

Tesla Profit/Loss

Tesla Inc. didn't start turning a profit from its electric cars until 2020.

  • Tesla's profit for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2022, was $11.190 billion, representing a 219.81% increase year over year.
  • Tesla's annual profit in 2021 was $5.519 billion, up 665.46% from 2020.
  • Tesla's annual profit in 2020 was $0.721 billion, a 183.64% drop from 2019.
  • Tesla's profit for 2019 was $-0.862 billion, an 11.68% decrease from 2018.
Graph about Tesla Profit/Loss
YearProfitLoss
2022$11.19 billion-
2021$5.519 billion-
2020$721 million-
2019--$862 million
2018--$976 million
2017--$1.962 billion
2016--$675 million
2015--$889 million
2014--$294 million
2013--$74 million
2012--$396 million
2011--$254 million
2010--$154 million
2009--$56 million

Source: Macro Trends

Tesla Gross Profit

  • Tesla's gross profit for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2022, was $19.923 billion, an increase of 84.05% year on year.
  • Tesla's annual gross profit for 2021 was $13.606 billion, up 105.22% from 2020.
  • Tesla's annual gross profit in 2020 was $6.63 billion, up 62.94% from 2019.
  • Tesla's annual gross profit in 2019 was $4.069 billion, up 0.67% from 2018.
Graph about Tesla Gross Profit
YearGross Profit
2022$19,923 million
2021$13,606 million
2020$6,630 million
2019$4,069 million
2018$4,042 million
2017$2,223 million
2016$1,599 million
2015$924 million
2014$882 million
2013$456 million
2012$30 million
2011$62 million
2010$31 million
2009$10 million

Source: Macro Trends

Tesla Operating Income

  • Tesla's operating income for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2022, was $12.368 billion, a 175.76% increase year over year.
  • Tesla's annual operating income in 2021 was $6.523 billion, a 227.13% increase over the previous year.
  • Tesla's annual operating income in 2020 was $1.994 billion, a 2989.86% decrease from 2019.
  • Tesla's annual operating income for 2019 was $-0.069 billion, representing an 82.22% decrease from 2018.
YearOperating Income
2022$12,368 million
2021$6,523 million
2020$1,994 million
2019-$69 million
2018-$388 million
2017-$1,632 million
2016-$667 million
2015-$717 million
2014-$187 million
2013-$61 million
2012-$394 million
2011-$251 million
2010-$147 million
2009-$52 million

Source: Macro Trends

Tesla EBITDA

  • Tesla's EBITDA for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2022, was $15.974 billion, a 122.91% increase year on year.
  • Tesla's annual EBITDA in 2021 was $9.434 billion, up 118.58% from 2020.
  • Tesla's annual EBITDA in 2020 was $4.316 billion, a 107% increase over 2019.
  • Tesla's annual EBITDA in 2019 was $2.085 billion, a 24.7% increase from 2018.
YearEBITDA
2022$15,974 million
2021$9,434 million
2020$4,316 million
2019$2,085 million
2018$1,672 million
2017$95 million
2016$374 million
2015-$216 million
2014$115 million
2013$60 million
2012-$365 million
2011-$235 million
2010-$136 million
2009-$45 million

Tesla Funding

Tesla has raised a total of $20.2 billion in funding over 37 rounds. Their latest funding was raised on Jun 30, 2022, from a Post-IPO Equity round.

Announced DateTransaction NameNumber of InvestorsMoney RaisedLead Investors
Jun 30, 2022Post-IPO Equity - Tesla1$20MSoros Fund Management
May 9, 2020Post-IPO Debt - Tesla1$565MIndustrial and Commercial Bank of China
Dec 23, 2019Post-IPO Debt - Tesla4$1.4B
Oct 6, 2019Post-IPO Debt - Tesla1$700MChina Merchants Bank
May 14, 2019Post-IPO Equity - Tesla$860M
May 14, 2019Post-IPO Equity - Tesla$1.8B
Mar 8, 2019Post-IPO Debt - TeslaCN¥3.5B (~$501,438)
Aug 7, 2018Post-IPO Secondary - Tesla$2B
Feb 2, 2018Post-IPO Debt - Tesla$546M
Dec 7, 2017Grant - Tesla1$2.3MMassachusetts Clean Energy Center

Source: Crunchbase

Tesla Investors

Tesla is funded by 43 investors. Soros Fund Management and Industrial and Commercial Bank of China are the most recent investors.

Investor NameLead InvestorFunding RoundPartners
Soros Fund ManagementYesPost-IPO Equity - Tesla
Industrial and Commercial Bank of ChinaYesPost-IPO Debt - Tesla
Shanghai Pudong Development BankPost-IPO Debt - Tesla
China Construction BankPost-IPO Debt - Tesla
Industrial and Commercial Bank of ChinaPost-IPO Debt - Tesla
Agricultural Bank of ChinaPost-IPO Debt - Tesla
China Merchants BankYesPost-IPO Debt - Tesla
Massachusetts Clean Energy CenterYesGrant - TeslaStephen Pike
TencentYesPost-IPO Secondary - Tesla
Goldman SachsNoPost-IPO Equity - Tesla

Source: Crunchbase

Tesla Investments

Tesla has made 2 investments. Their most recent investment was on Nov 16, 2022, when Aescape raised $30 million.

Announced DateOrganization NameLead InvestorFunding RoundMoney Raised
Nov 16, 2022AescapeYesSeries A - Aescape$30 million
Jan 20, 2018Zola ElectricNoSeries D - Zola Electric$55 million

Source: Crunchbase

Tesla Acquisitions

Tesla has acquired 9 organizations. Their most recent acquisition was Springpower on May 4, 2021.

Acquiree NameAnnounced DatePriceTransaction Name
SpringpowerMay 4, 2021Springpower acquired by Tesla
ATW AutomationOct 2, 2020ATW Automation acquired by Tesla
Hibar SystemsOct 4, 2019Hibar Systems acquired by Tesla
DeepScaleOct 1, 2019DeepScale acquired by Tesla
Maxwell TechnologiesFeb 4, 2019$218 millionMaxwell Technologies acquired by Tesla
PerbixNov 6, 2017Perbix acquired by Tesla
Grohmann EngineeringNov 8, 2016Grohmann Engineering acquired by Tesla
SolarCityJun 22, 2016$2.6 billionSolarCity acquired by Tesla
Riviera Tool LLCMay 8, 2015Riviera Tool LLC acquired by Tesla

Source: Crunchbase

How many Tesla vehicles have been sold?

Tesla sold 936,222 vehicles globally in 2021, a growth of 87% over the previous year.

As of August 2022, the company has sold a total of 3 million vehicles. Tesla sold 908,573 electric cars in just the first quarter of 2022.

Graph about number of Tesla vehicles sold
YearTotal SalesVehicle Models Sold
2008100Roadster
2009900Roadster
2010400Roadster
2011774Roadster
20123,000Roadster, Model S
201322,477Model S
201431,655Model S
201550,658Model S, Model X (Q4 '15)
201676,285Model S, Model X
2017103,181Model S/X, Model 3 (Q3 '17)
2018245,506Model S/X, Model 3
2019354,245Model S/X, Model 3
2020499,647Model S/X, Model 3/Y
2021936,222Model S/X, Model 3/Y
2022 (Q1)908,573Model S/X, Model 3/Y

Source: Licarco

Tesla EVs sales in the US

Nearly 340,000 of the more than 525,000 EVs registered in the US during the first nine months of 2022 were Tesla’s EVs.

In terms of deliveries in the first quarter of 2021, the Tesla Model Y was the most popular electric vehicle in the United States.

The first quarter of 2021 saw the delivery of 48,364 Model Y vehicles. The Tesla Model 3 comes in second with 26,983 quarterly deliveries in the country. In the first quarter of 2021, all Tesla models combined accounted for 74.49% of all US electric vehicle deliveries.

Infographic about Tesla EVs sales in the US

Source: Electrek

Tesla sales in China

Tesla has sold 655,069 vehicles manufactured in China this year, up 63 percent from the 402,231 sold in the same period last year.

Those figures, however, require some explanation. Not every car manufactured in Shanghai is sold to a Chinese customer.

Offering two MIC models: Model 3 and Model Y. The Tesla Model 3 wholesale (including retail sales in China and export) totaled 31,193, while the Tesla Model Y totaled 69,098. Local Tesla Model 3 sales in China totaled 10,069 units (compared to over 21,000 units exported).

In the case of the Tesla Model Y, local sales surpassed 52,000 units, compared to nearly 17,000 exported.

Infographic about Tesla sales in China

Source: Clean Technica, Inside EVs

Tesla sales in Europe

Tesla's vehicles have frequently become the best-selling vehicles in certain European markets over the years.

According to JATO Dynamics, Tesla's market share in Europe will be around 1.7% this year, rising to between 1.8 and 2.1% the following year. Last year, European sales were slightly less than 12 million.

Infographic about Tesla sales in Europe

Source: Forbes

Tesla EVs delivery stats

Approximately 343,800 Tesla EVs were delivered to consumers in the third quarter of 2022.

Deliveries of the Model S and Model X saw a 15.5 percent increase in volume during the second quarter of 2022, while deliveries of the Model 3 and Model Y increased to just under 325,200 units.

Graph about Tesla EVs delivery stats

Quarterly Stats of Tesla EVs S/X model delivery

Q1Q2Q3Q4
202214,72416,16218,672-
20212,0201,8909,27511,750
202012,23010,61415,27518,966

Quarterly Stats of Tesla EVs 3/Y model delivery stats

Q1Q2Q3Q4
2022295,324238,533325,158-
2021182,780199,360232,025296,850
202076,26680,277124,318161,701

Source: Statista

How many Tesla vehicles have been produced?

In 2021, Tesla produced 938,172 vehicles. In 2021, the Tesla Model 3 sold 501,000 units worldwide.

Tesla Model 3 and Model Y deliveries accounted for 97% of Tesla's sales volume in 2021. Tesla produced 386,759 EVs in the first and second quarters of 2021.

Graph about number of Tesla vehicles made
YearNumber of Tesla EVs Produced
201435,000
201551,095
201683,922
2017100,757
2018254,530
2019365,232
2020509,737
2021938,172

Source: Tesla, CNBC

How many Tesla Supercharger locations are there? (Tesla Active superchargers Stations)

Tesla operates 40,432 Superchargers in 4,470 stations worldwide as of December 2022, with an average of more than 9 chargers per station.

North America has 1,772 stations, Asia/Pacific has 1,801 stations, and Europe has 897 stations. As of October 2021, Tesla has 3,059 Supercharger stations spread over more than 40 nations.

Graph about number of Tesla active superchargers stations
DateNumber of Tesla Active Superchargers Stations
201315 superchargers stations
2014145 superchargers stations
2015432 superchargers stations
2016640 superchargers stations
2017889 superchargers stations
20181314 superchargers stations
20191594 superchargers stations
20201915 superchargers stations
20213059 superchargers stations
20224,470 superchargers stations

Source: Tesla, Supercharge Info

Tesla Supercharger stations by country

The United States of America has the most Tesla supercharger stations in the world, accounting for 37.88% of the total.

CountryNumber of Superchargers StationsPercentage of Superchargers Stations
USA1159 superchargers stations37.88%
China846 superchargers stations27.65%
Canada125 superchargers stations4.08%
Germany103 superchargers stations3.36%
France97 superchargers stations3.17%
United Kingdom87 superchargers stations2.84%
Norway83 superchargers stations2.71%
Sweden53 superchargers stations1.73%
South Korea53 superchargers stations1.73%
Italy45 superchargers stations1.45%

Followed by the US, China is the second country with most Tesla Supercharger stations: 846 stations, meaning 27.65% of the total stations.

Canada and Germany are also countries that have many Tesla Supercharger stations: 125, respectively 103.

Source: supercharge.info

How many Tesla manufacturing facilities are there?

As of 2022, Tesla has seven plants worldwide. The company's first manufacturing facility is the Fremont Factory.

They manufacture lithium-ion batteries at the original "Tesla Gigafactory" in Giga Nevada thanks to a partnership with Panasonic. Electric vehicles are not produced by Giga New York; rather, it makes solar panels.

The Giga Shanghai is the fourth and first factory Tesla constructed outside of the United States. This Chinese manufacturer has been making electric automobiles since 2019. In 2022, production of EVs commenced at the final two gigafactories, Giga Texas and Giga Berlin.

The company will be able to double its product selection and more than double its manufacturing capacity with the aid of Tesla's new plants in Austin, Texas, and Berlin, Germany. The newest Tesla facility is located close to Giga, Nevada, where the company has started producing Tesla Semi vehicles. On the inside, it is also referred to as the "Tesla Semi Factory."

The final manufacturing site for the electric truck will probably be in Giga, Texas, once Tesla has finished ramping up production there.

The Tesla manufacturing facilities are listed in the table below.

Tesla EVs FactoriesOpened inLocation
Fremont Factory2012Fremont, California, USA
Giga Nevada - Gigafactory 12,017Storey County, Nevada, USA
Giga New York - Gigafactory 22,017Buffalo, New York, USA
Giga Shanghai - Gigafactory 32,019Lingang New Area, Shanghai, China
Giga Berlin - Gigafactory 42,022Brandenburg, Berlin, Germany
Giga Texas - Gigafactory 52,022Austin, Texas, USA
Tesla Semi Factory2,022Storey County, Nevada, USA

Source: Licarco

How many people work at Tesla?

  • In 2022, Tesla's entire workforce count hit the landmark of 100,000+.
  • The overall number of employees at Tesla in 2021 was 99,290, up 40.33% from the previous year.
  • Tesla had a total of 70,757 employees in 2020, up 47.36% over the previous year.
  • The overall number of Tesla employees in 2019 was 48, 016, a decrease of 1.64% from 2018.
  • Tesla has 48,817 total employees in 2018, up 30.03% from the previous year.
Graph about Tesla number of employees
YearNumber of Employees
2022100,000+ employees
202199,290 employees
202070,757 employees
201948,016 employees
201848,817 employees
201737,543 employees
201617,782 employees
201513,058 employees
201410,161 employees
20135,859 employees
20122,964 employees
20111,417 employees
2010899 employees

Source: Macro Trends, Reuters

How does Tesla make money?

Tesla made $53.8 billion in 2021 from its products and services. Generating revenue from its core 4 business segments: sales and services (automotive and energy generation and storage sales), automotive leasing, energy generation and storage leasing.

Infographic about how Tesla makes money

Who are the founders of Tesla?

Martin Eberhard, Marc Tarpenning, Ian Wright, Elon Musk, and JB Straubel rebranded and cofounded Tesla Inc.

Martin Eberhard, Marc Tarpenning, Ian Wright, and JB Straubel, among others, have all departed the massive EV manufacturer, leaving Elon Musk as the primary owner of the American EV manufacturer Tesla Inc.

What is the net worth of Tesla founders?

  • Elon Musk
Current Net Worth$219 billion
Age51
Source of WealthTesla, SpaceX, Self Made
ResidenceAustin, Texas
CitizenshipUnited States
EducationBachelor of Arts/Science, University of Pennsylvania
  • Elon Musk cofounded six companies including electric car maker Tesla, rocket producer SpaceX and tunneling startup Boring Company.
  • He owns about 25% of Tesla between stock and options but has pledged more than half his stock as collateral for loans.
  • SpaceX, founded in 2002, is worth $127 billion after a funding round in May 2022; it quadrupled its value in three years.
  • Boring Company, which aims to defeat traffic, raised $675 million in April 2022 at a $5.7 billion valuation.
  • Twitter's board agreed to sell the company to Musk for $44 billion in April 2022, after he disclosed a 9.1% stake and threatened a hostile takeover.
  • The deal closed in October 2022 after Musk tried to back out and Twitter sued. Musk now owns an estimated 74% of the company.

History of Elon Musk's net worth

YearNet Worth
2022$219 billion
2021$151 billion
2020$24.6 billion
2019$22.3 billion
2018$19.9 billion
2017$13.9 billion
2016$10.7 billion
2015$12 billion
2014$8.4 billion
2013$2.7 billion

Source: Forbes

What is Tesla's market share in the Electric Vehicle production industry?

The EV market is clearly dominated by Teslas. According to reports, Tesla controls between 65% and 85% of the newly registered electric vehicle market. Tesla vehicles accounted for nearly 340,000 of the more than 525,000 EVs registered in the United States during the first nine months of 2022. Tesla's dominance in the luxury EV market (over $50,000) is even clearer, with an 85% market share.

Infographic about Tesla market share in EV production industry

Source: Electrek, CNBC

What models of Tesla EVs are there?

Vehicle ModelLaunch DateProduction Year
Tesla RoadsterFebruary 1, 20082008-2012
Tesla Model SJune 22, 20122012 - till now
Tesla Model XSept. 29, 20152015 - till now
Tesla Model 3July 7, 20172017 - till now
Tesla Model YMarch 13, 20202020 - till now
Tesla Roadster 2nd Gen2023 (TBA)2,023
Tesla Semi2023 (TBA)2,023
Tesla CybertruckLate 2023 (TBA)2,023
Tesla Model 2TBA2024

Tesla Customers Demographics (Age, Gender, etc)

Research revealed that the majority of Tesla owners are male. In comparison to 49% of drivers of all other vehicles, 83% of drivers in this group were men.

Infographic about Tesla Customers Demographics

Additionally, Tesla owners tend to be younger; roughly 70% of Tesla drivers are 34 or younger, mostly belonging to the millennial and generation Z eras.

Infographic about Tesla Customers Demographics

Source: The Manual

Tesla EVs Launch Date and Production Locations

Vehicle ModelLaunch DateProduction YearsProduction Place
Tesla RoadsterFebruary 1, 20082008-2012Hethel, UK & Menlo Park, CA
Tesla Model SJune 22, 20122012 - till nowFremont, CA
Tesla Model XSept. 29, 20152015 - till nowFremont, CA
Tesla Model 3July 7, 20172017 - till nowFremont, CA & Giga Texas and Giga Shanghai
Tesla Model YMarch 13, 20202020 - till nowFremont, CA & Giga Texas and Giga Berlin and Giga Shanghai
Tesla Roadster 2nd Gen2023 (TBA)2023Fremont, CA
Tesla Semi2023 (TBA)2023Giga Texas
Tesla CybertruckLate 2023 (TBA)2023Giga Texas
Tesla Model 2TBA2024Giga Shanghai

Source: Licarco

What are Tesla's other products and services?

Tesla is well-known for its EVs, including the Tesla Model Y, Model 3, Model X, Model S, Cybertruck, Tesla Semi, and Tesla Roadster.

Tesla also installs and maintains energy systems, sells solar energy, and provides end-to-end clean energy products such as generation, storage, and consumption.

Source: Global Data

Where is Tesla available? (In which countries does Tesla currently sell its products and services?)

  • Tesla Stores and Galleries are found in the United States, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Luxembourg,  Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Australia, China Mainland, Taiwan, Macau, Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea, Jordan.
  • Tesla Service Centers are found in the US, Puerto Rico,  Mexico,  Canada,  Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic,  Denmark,  Finland,  France,  Germany, Greece,  Hungary,  Iceland,  Ireland,  Italy,  Luxembourg,  the Netherlands, Norway,  Poland,  Portugal,  Romania,  Slovenia,  Spain,  Sweden,  Switzerland,  United Kingdom,  Australia,  China Mainland,  Taiwan,  Macau,  Hong Kong,  Japan.

Source: Tesla

Tesla FAQ

How many days does it take Tesla to supply its vehicles?

In 2021, it took Tesla only 6 days to supply their vehicles.

Year (since 2017)Days to Supply
201728 days
201822 days
201915-13 days
202015-13 days
20216 days

How long can a Tesla stay on with a full charge?

On average, Tesla car batteries last for 336 miles on a single charge. The lowest-range Tesla, the Model 3, lasts for 267 miles, while the longest-range Tesla, the Model S, lasts for 405 miles.

Do Tesla cars work in the cold?

Your Tesla vehicle has several features designed specifically for cold temperatures. Learn how you can enhance your cold weather driving experience by following tips such as staying plugged in and preconditioning your battery before each trip.

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