Tesla’s Q1 2017 Delivery Estimates: A Good Year in Store For Tesla and Elon Musk?

Following its usual pattern of releasing unofficial production and delivery figures for the previous quarter a few days into the start of the next, Tesla released its preliminary Q1 2017 figures yesterday that show a new record for both vehicle production and vehicle delivery.

We go over some of the figures now, explain what they mean for Tesla, and predict the kind of year that Tesla likely has in store looking forward.

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  • Martin Lacey

    Assuming a static year based on 1st quarter estimates for Model S/X we arrive at 100,000 for them alone. Also assuming Tesla meet their Model 3 ramp at the end of each target date it’s reasonable to say that Model 3 will add around 40,000 to that figure. Which would be 80% more that 2016.

    Without further share dilution that should bump Tesla past the $300 per share mark.

    • Farmer_Dave