News Electric car: Tesla orders are skyrocketing, a new record!
Published on 18.01.2023 at 17:05
There was no strong wind in the EV market in 2022 due to the economic impact of Covid, but this time Tesla got it right. Indeed, Elon Musk’s company decided to take certain measures to increase sales, and this work paid off.
Tesla, a simple but very effective strategy
At the end of 2022, Tesla shook up the electric vehicle market with dramatic changes in its economic policy. After a drastic change in the market due to a shortage of parts and supply of raw materials for a somewhat capricious battery, Tesla is finally back on its own four wheels.
Tesla also experienced a plunge in the stock market following various Twitter incidents with its CEO Elon Musk continuing to act up even if it means detrimental changes for his own companies. But the decline in prices for Model 3 and Model Y in China (from 6 to 13.5%), Tesla was clearly able to stand out in the middle empire. With the resumption of production and softer prices, the company has increased sales since the end of 2022.
Of course, the same strategies have been implemented in the United States, where the Model 3 is $13,000 cheaper. In addition, Americans can take advantage of a federal tax credit that allows them to save up to $7,500.
In Europe, lower prices have finally come to Tesla. Also tell yourself that government assistance allows you to pay for an electric car even cheaper thanks to an environmental bonus. With these price drops, government bailouts and aggressive marketing, Tesla firms are selling like hot cakes.
As a result of the races, some stores posted the highest increase in Tesla sales in just one week. Tesla was able to fully offset inflation and other adverse market factors that caused a huge surge in demand. Elon Musk is still managing to avoid a $132 billion loss due to a disastrous 2022, but things should be back to normal in 2023.
What can we expect from Tesla in 2023?
Of course, with the potential for new batteries and more powerful Full Self Driving (FSD) chips, 2023 is likely to be the year of Tesla. It is clear that Elon Musk’s company intends to fight the upcoming release of Semi Tesla for a professional environment and the very (very) expected Cybertruk with its rather bold design.
Tesla clearly needed to stimulate demand, as economic conditions did not necessarily favor Mr. Musk. It remains to be seen what the new iterations of the Model 3 and Y will look like. Tell yourself that with at least 19,000 Model Y cars passing in France in 2022, Tesla is clearly not gaining momentum.