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Tesla Model S Production Volume vs. Competition

Discussion in 'Model S: Ordering, Production, Delivery' started by Cliff Hannel, Dec 2, 2014.

  1. Cliff Hannel

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    #1 Cliff Hannel, Dec 2, 2014
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    I have compiled the North American and Worldwide sales numbers for the Tesla Model S and competing cars. Here is a link to the data: https://evtripplanner.com/SalesVolume-TMSvsCOMP-141201.pdf
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    Some summary information about the comparison to competitors:
    * Tesla Model S is running about 33% market share (1/3 cares in this class sold are a TMS)
    * The average actual price paid for a Tesla ($71k after incentives per Edmunds) is significantly less costly than the average of the group ($109k)
    * The TMS outperforms the other cars in the group
    * The TMS has lower operating costs than the other cars in the group
    * The TMS has MUCH lower emissions (end-to-end) than the rest of the group, which does include some hybrids



     
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    Interesting. Which other vehicles are you counting as being in the same "class" as the Model S?
     
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    #5 smsprague, Dec 8, 2014
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    The site gets blocked from most work networks because it has a "Self Signed Certificate". It should work on a home network.
     
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