53+ Tesla Statistics: Number of Tesla’s, Revenue, Trends (2022)

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With a 68% market share, Tesla has been a pioneer in the electric car market, outperforming all traditional Automakers in terms of innovation in recent years. Tesla is currently the most valued automobile firm in the United States. Tesla’s market value is $951.79 billion as of 2022.

In this post, I have gathered and stated all the latest and most important facts and figures associated with Tesla. Dive into the electrifying world of tesla with these statistics. Let’s begin, shall we?

Tesla Statistics (Top Picks)

  1. At the time of writing this article, Tesla has a market cap of $951.79 billion.
  2. Tesla is the World’s 6th most valuable company in terms of market cap.
  3. Tesla is the first and only car manufacturer that sells cars directly to customers.
  4. Tesla is the most valued brand within the automotive sector as of 2022, with a brand value of 76 billion.
  5. Tesla has a total revenue of $16,394 million as of Q2 2022, an increase of 42% YoY.
  6. In total, Tesla produced 258,580 units in Q2 2022 alone.
  7. In total, Tesla delivered 254,695 units in Q2 2022 alone.
  8. Tesla has a 68% market share in the United States.
  9. Tesla Model Y is the most sold electric vehicle in the United States so far in 2022.
  10. Over 3 million Teslas have been produced until now. Tesla achieved this milestone in August 2022.
  11. Currently, Tesla has 99,920 employees.

Tesla Car Production Statistics

Back in 2012, Tesla rolled out its first model S. Fast forward to today, Tesla has produced 258,580 units in Q2 2022 alone. Let us look at Tesla’s latest production numbers in this section.

  1. Tesla produced 16,411 units of model S and X in Q2 2022, a 601% YoY increase.
  2. Tesla produced 242,169 units of model 3 and Y in Q2 2022, a 19% YoY increase.
  3. June 2022 was the highest vehicle production month in Tesla’s history.
  4. Here is a table showing Tesla’s quarterly vehicle production since Q1 2016 to Q2 2022:
YearNo. of Tesla Vehicles Produced
Q1 201615,510
Q2 201618,345
Q3 201625,185
Q4 201624,882
Q1 201725,418
Q2 201725,708
Q3 201725,336
Q4 201724,565
Q1 201834,494
Q2 201853,339
Q3 201880,142
Q4 201886,555
Q1 201977,100
Q2 201987,048
Q3 201996,155
Q4 2019104,981
Q1 2020102,672
Q2 202082,272
Q3 2020145,036
Q4 2020179,757
Q1 2021180,338
Q2 2021206,421
Q3 2021237,823
Q4 2021305,840
Q1 2022305,407
Q2 2022258,580
  1. Tesla has produced over 3 million vehicles to date. They achieved this feat in August 2022. Elon Musk himself revealed this fact over Twitter.
Tesla Statistics - Twitter

Sources: Tesla, Statista.

Tesla Delivery Statistics

How many cars is Tesla delivering in 2022? Let me answer this question in this section with full-proof facts and figures.

  1. Tesla delivered 16,162 units of models S and X in Q2 2022, a 753% increase YoY.
  2. Tesla delivered 238,533 units of model 3 and Y in Q2 2022, a 20% increase YoY.
  3. Tesla delivered 254,695 units in the second quarter of 2022. This is a 27% Year over Year increase.
  4. Tesla intends to reach a 50% average yearly growth in car deliveries over a multi-year period.
  5. Here is a table showing Tesla’s quarterly vehicle delivery since Q1 2016 to Q2 2022:
YearNo. of Vehicles Delivered 
Q1 201614,800
Q2 201614,400
Q3 201624,500
Q4 201622,200
Q1 201725,000
Q2 201722,000
Q3 201726,200
Q4 201729,900
Q1 201830,000
Q2 201840,700
Q3 201883,500
Q4 201890,700
Q1 201963,000
Q2 201995,200
Q3 201997,000
Q4 2019112,000
Q1 202088,400
Q2 202090,700
Q3 2020139,300
Q4 2020180,600
Q1 2021184,800
Q2 2021201,250
Q3 2021241,300
Q4 2021308,600
Q1 2022310,050
Q2 2022254,700

Sources: Tesla, Statista.

Tesla’s Brand Value in Automobile Sector

With $75.93 billion in brand valuation, Tesla is the most valuable brand in the automotive sector as of 2022.

  1. Here is a list of the top 5 automotive brands with the highest brand value:
BrandBrand Value
Tesla75.93 billion
Toyota33.11 billion
Mercedes Benz30.35 billion
BMW27.59 billion
Ford13.21 billion
  1. Tesla’s brand value was 42.6 billion in 2021. 

Source: Statista.

How many Teslas are Sold to Date?

  1. To date, Tesla has sold 2,889,793 vehicles globally. Founder Elon Musk believes that There will be over 4 million Teslas on the road by the end of 2022.

Source: Licarco.

Tesla Financial Statistics

  1. Tesla’s revenue for Q2 2022 was $16.934B, a 41.61% increase year-over-year.
  2. Tesla’s annual revenue for 2021 was $53.823B, a 70.67% increase from 2020.

Here is a table showing Tesla’s Annual Revenue since 2008 to 2022:

YearRevenue
200815 million
2009112 million
2010117 million
2011204 million
2012413 million
20132,014 million
20143,198 million
20154,046 million
20167,000 million
201711,759 million
201821,461 million
201924,578 million
202031,536 million
202153,823 million
2022 (Q1 + Q2)16,934 million
  1. Tesla made a full-year profit for the first time in 2020. According to the latest data for the financial year 2021, Tesla has the following numbers:
  • $5,519 million attributable to common shareholders.
  • $125 million attributable to noncontrolling interests.
  1. Tesla’s R&D costs more than tripled between 2014 and 2021, from around 465 million to almost 1.5 billion. Tesla’s significant R&D investment was partly due to the company’s emphasis on cutting-edge technology, such as electric car batteries and charging infrastructure.

Here are a table showing Tesla’s R&D expenses over the years:

YearR&D Expenses
2012$273.98 million
2013$231.98 million
2014$464.7 million
2015$717.9 million
2016$834.41 million
2017$1,378.07 million
2018$1,460.37 million
2019$1,343 million
2020$1,491 million
2021$2,593 million
  1. Tesla’s selling, general, and administrative (SG&A) costs came to roughly $4.517 billion.

Here is a table showing Tesla’s selling, general, and administrative expenses over the years:

YearSG&A Expenses
2012$150 million
2013$286 million
2014$604 million
2015$922 million
2016$1,432 million
2017$2,477 million
2018$2,835 million
2019$2,646 million
2020$3,145 million
2021$4,517 million
  1. Tesla has a free cash flow of $621 million in Q2 2022.
  1. 75% of Tesla’s Bitcoin acquisitions were converted into fiat cash. These conversions in Q2 added $936M cash to Tesla’s balance sheet.
  1. In Q2, 2022, the operating margin of Tesla was 14.6%, down from 19.2% in the previous quarter.
  1. Tesla generated most of its revenue through automotive sales in 2021.

Here is a table showing Tesla’s revenue for FY 2021 in different segments:

SegmentRevenue
Automotive Sales$44,125 million
Automotive Leasing$1,642 million
Services and Others$3,802 million
Energy Generation and Storage$2,789 million
  1. Tesla registered a $23,973 million revenue in the United States in 2021. In the Chinese market, Tesla generated a revenue of $13,844 million.

Here is a table showing Tesla’s Domestic and International revenue in 2021:

MarketRevenue
United States$23,973 million
China$13,844 million.
Other$16,006 million.

Sources: Statista, Tesla.

Tesla Competitor Statistics

  1. Tesla ranks first in terms of most plug-in electric vehicle sales worldwide, with 936,172 units sold in 2021. Following Tesla is BYD (593,878 units), SAIC (456,123 units), Volkswagen (319,735 units) and BMW (276,037 units).
  1. Tesla Inc. has a 13.84% market share in the global plug-in electric vehicle market.
Tesla Statistics - Competitor

Here is a table showing the market share of automotive companies in PEVs globally:

CompanyMarket Share
Tesla Inc.13.84%
Volkswagen Group11.28%
BYD8.84%
General Motors7.64%
Stellantis5.74%
Hyundai Motor5.12%
BMW Group4.82%
Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance4.26%
Mercedes- Benz Group4.15%
SAIC Motor3.5%
Gelly-Volvo Car Group3.22%
Toyota Motor Corp.1.9%
BAIC0.85%
Others24.84%

Sources: Statista.

Tesla Supercharger Statistics

With 36,000+ Superchargers globally, Tesla owns and operates the largest global, fast charging network globally. Here are some of the facts and figures associated with it.

  1. Tesla has 3,971 supercharging stations as of 2022. On average, these supercharging stations have 9 supercharging points.

Here is a table showing the number of Tesla superchargers globally over the years:

TimeNo. of Tesla Superchargers
June 201810,000
November 202020,000
November 202130,000
June 202235,000
  1. 247 supercharging stations were added to the list in Q2 2022 only.
  2. Superchargers can add up to 200 miles of range in just 15 minutes.
  3. Tesla superchargers have a maximum charging rate of 250 kW.
  4. Tesla superchargers are cheaper than gasoline.
  5. United States has the most number of superchargers in the world.

Here is a table showing countries with the most number of supercharging stations:

CountryNo. of Superchargers 
United States1,488
China963
Canada156
Germany140
France120
United Kingdom98
Norway94
South Korea86
Sweden64
Italy57
  1. California has the most number of superchargers in the United States, with 302 stations. Alaska is the state with the least number of Tesla supercharging stations, with just a single station.

Here is a table showing the top 10 states in the United States with the most number of Tesla supercharging stations as of 2022:

StateNo. of Superchargers 
California302
Florida107
Texas87
New York70
Virginia54
Pennsylvania50
New Jersey48
North Carolina45
Illinois40
Maryland38

Tesla Factory Statistics

Tesla has 6 factories worldwide across 3 different nations. Four of the tesla factories are in the United States and one each in Germany and China. This particular section highlights the factory-related statistics of Tesla. Let’s have a look:

  1. Tesla’s Gigafactory in Texas is their newest edition. This gigafactory has 10 million square feet of floor space and spans 2,500 acres along the Colorado River.

Below is the list of Tesla’s factories:

  • Tesla Factory in Fermont, California. (2010)
  • Tesla Gigafactory, Nevada. (2016)
  • Tesla Gigafactory, New York.  (2017)
  • Tesla Gigafactory, Shanghai. (2019)
  • Tesla Gigafactory, Berlin–Brandenburg. (2022)
  • Tesla Gigafactory, Texas. (2022)
  1. Tesla’s factory in Fermont, California, provides employment to over 17,000 people.
  2. Nearly 463,000 vehicles were produced in Teslas’s Fermont factory in 2021.
  3. Tesla’s Gigafcatory in Nevada has 13 battery cell production lines as of 2022.
  4. Gigafactory Nevada is the biggest among Tesla’s factories in terms of floor area. It has a floor area of a 492,000-meter square.
  5. Gigafactory Shanghai is Tesla’s highest-producing factory. It recently produced its millionth, Tesla.

Tesla Employee Statistics

As per the latest data, Tesla currently has 99,290 employees all over the globe. The number of Tesla employees has increased by 40.33% since 2020. Below are some interesting statistics associated with Tesla Employees:

  1. The employee strength of Tesla is over 99,000.
  2. In 2020, Tesla had around 70,575 full-time employees.
 Tesla Statistics - Employees

Image credits: Statista.

Here is a table showing tesla’s employee strength over the years:

YearHead CountAnnual Growth Rate
2010899
20111,417 57.62% increase
20122,964109.17% increase
20135,85997.67% increase
201410,16173.43% increase
201513,05828.51% increase
201617,78236.18% increase
201737,543111.13% increase
201848,81730.03% increase
201948,0161.64% decrease
202070,75747.36% increase
202199,29040.33% increase
  1. Tesla is planning to cut down 10% of its employees in the near future. Elon Musk emailed all the Tesla employees on June 3rd and revealed this fact to them.
  1. Elon musk revealed in his letter that he would rely on more hourly workers.

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Conclusion: Tesla Statistics (2022)

Would like to conclude this post with one more interesting fact, Elon Musk intended the first three Tesla models to spell “SEX,” but Ford holds the trademark on “Model E,” so he made the Model Y to spell “S3XY.”

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