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When will Tesla announce one millionth unit delivered (S,X,3)?

When will Tesla announce one millionth unit delivered (S,X,3)?

Surprised we haven't heard Tesla announce that they have already produced the one millionth cumulative Tesla worldwide. This includes Model S, X and 3 (also the Roadster). Of course, this is a different number in terms of timing than one million Teslas delivered to customers.

So far, on the VIN tracking threads, we have:

Model S 343769 @HETZ

Model X 192067 @teodor.suveica1

Model 3 494xxx @scott.trott

If they do announce it, it will likely be after this quarter's numbers are reported.

Yay Tesla!

greg | 16 September, 2019

Not every VIN issued to Tesla is always used in a customer vehicle, so basing the number made by the highest VIN is not likely to be accurate.

But yes, they must be getting close to 1 Million Tesla vehicles made (if not actually delivered) in total, later this year.

They must also be close to the half a million Model 3s number as well.

Mike83 | 16 September, 2019

Holy smoke. Great news. Also look at the miles Teslas have driven collecting data needed to advance FSD. At the end of 2018 Tesla miles were 9 BILLION miles.
This is killer for ICE Worldwide.

sbeggs | 5 October, 2019

Tesla probably skipped a lot of VIN numbers, assigning them well in advance for European or China deliveries, I would guess.

SamO | 5 October, 2019

#soon

ReD eXiLe ms us | 5 October, 2019

SamO beat me to it... but I don't use twitter anyway, so... SOON. ;-)

SamO | 5 October, 2019

That’s just so I find stuff with google search later. ;-)

Mike83 | 6 October, 2019

I read that Smart Summon was used 550,000 times in the first 2 days of release. Soon we'll be talking about how many billions of miles using FSD at various levels of autonomy. Tesla has the figures but it isn't public yet.

Mike83 | 6 October, 2019

I read that Smart Summon was used 550,000 times in the first 2 days of release. Soon we'll be talking about how many billions of miles using FSD at various levels of autonomy. Tesla has the figures but it isn't public yet.

sbeggs | 7 October, 2019

@Mike83, hopefully all in empty parking lots!

TexasBob | 7 October, 2019

Still have a ways to go. Total sales worldwide = 784,595. US sales should pass 500k by Halloween. WW sales will pass 1 million in early 2Q 2020 assuming about 100k per quarter for next two quarters (strong 4Q followed by typical soft 1Q). If GF3 comes online, could accelerate to late 1Q 2020 instead.

Quarter Total Sales
Q1 2013 4,900
Q2 2013 5,150
Q3 2013 5,500
Q4 2013 6,892
Q1 2014 6,457
Q2 2014 7,579
Q3 2014 7,785
Q4 2014 9,834
Q1 2015 10,045
Q2 2015 11,532
Q3 2015 11,603
Q4 2015 17,478
Q1 2016 14,820
Q2 2016 14,402
Q3 2016 24,821
Q4 2016 22,254
Q1 2017 25,051
Q2 2017 22,026
Q3 2017 26,137
Q4 2017 29,967
Q1 2018 29,997
Q2 2018 40,740
Q3 2018 83,725
Q4 2018 90,700
Q1 2019 63,000
Q2 2019 95,200
Q3 2019 97,000
Total 784,595

TexasBob | 7 October, 2019

Source Wikipedia so it must be true

Kathy Applebaum | 7 October, 2019

> I read that Smart Summon was used 550,000 times in the first 2 days of release.

That was just two people using it a whole lot though. LOL

Mike83 | 7 October, 2019

I saw a guy trying to get hit by the car using Smart Summon. It didn't. I like the people icons it shows. Nice that the cameras record everything so fakers can be exposed.
We find, as many others, that it works well and going under 5 mph and in beta it is very careful. The anti Tesla FUD won't stop but they can be monitored.

Ross1 | 8 October, 2019

> I read that Smart Summon was used 550,000 times in the first 2 days of release.

pics or it didnt happen

ReD eXiLe ms us | 8 October, 2019

Mike83: Aye, aye, Sir! FUDsters will be monitored, identified, and called out! Much to their dismay, I'm sure. Shields up to deflect acidic crocodile tears and claims of persecution.

Mike83 | 8 October, 2019

ReD. Some have been caught and charged like the woman who keyed a Tesla and a motorcycle who broke off a side mirror. With 8 cameras recording it is easy to get the felons.
Any Tesla bounty hunters out there? ;-)

jithesh | 8 October, 2019

I hope its S3XY

sbeggs | 14 October, 2019

A chart I saw on Twitter showed the number of Teslas produced, broken down by no autopilot, autopilot 1, autopilot 2.

The total number was just under 800,000, so I think it will be in quarter one 2020 that we hit one million.