Sunday, April 2, 2017

Tesla's SUV demand is catching up to its sedan

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You’d think that Tesla would sell far fewer units of its pricier, slightly frumpier-looking Model X SUV than its mainstay Model S sedan, but that’s not the case these days. The electric car maker has revealed its production levels for the first quarter of 2017, and it’s apparent that the gap has closed dramatically in recent months. Tesla delivered about 11,550 Model X vehicles at the start of the year, or just 1,900 shy of the 13,450 Model S cars that found owners in the same period. It’s a stark contrast to a year earlier, when Tesla supplied 12,420 sedans and just 2,400 SUVs — buyers clearly are clearly willing to trade a bit of cash and style for some extra capacity.

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