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article headline Tesla says it plans to sell a 100,000th electric car this year, up from 100,500 in 2019 article text Tesla CEO Elon Musk says he expects to sell 100,001 electric cars this year.
It’s an extraordinary number, and one that’s just one year away.
Musk said in a post on Facebook that the company expects to get 100,003 cars this quarter.
Tesla is now expected to sell around 10,000 electric cars a month this year alone.
Musk also expects the company to sell at least 100,200 in 2019.
Musk says Tesla expects to have sold 20,000 to 25,000 vehicles by the end of 2020.
In his post, Musk said that Tesla is on track to achieve the same production of its Model 3, which will go on sale in 2021.
Tesla has been producing the Model 3 since late 2016.
Tesla announced last fall that it would begin selling the Model X SUV and the Model S sedan in 2020.
If Tesla is able to achieve this ambitious goal, it will be the first car maker to hit its sales goals.
Tesla achieved its goal of making 1 million electric cars last year.
Tesla has been struggling to meet its goals.
The company reported a $1.9 billion loss in the fourth quarter of 2018, and its first-quarter profit fell to $2.6 billion.
Musk has been pushing the company for years to reach its goal.
But with the Model III, Tesla’s production goals are going up.
In a blog post on April 18, Musk wrote that Tesla’s goal is now to produce 100,004 Model 3s per month.
That would be enough for every one of Tesla’s Model S and Model X sedans.
Musk went on to say that Tesla expects the production of Model 3 to exceed 100,00 cars per month by the time it reaches the 100,0000 mark.
Tesla has made its goal for Model 3 a key part of the company’s business strategy.
Its goal to sell 10, 000 Model 3 cars a year is an ambitious target, and Musk is pushing to reach that goal by the year 2020.
Musk is also working to accelerate Tesla’s ramp up of the Model Y SUV, which was delayed from 2019 to 2020 due to problems with battery production.
Tesla said in an earnings call with analysts last fall it plans on having the first Model Y car on the road by 2021.
In other words, Tesla is going to make more cars this decade than it ever has before.
While the Model E, a plug-in electric car with a range of 100 miles, was the best-selling electric car of 2019, the company said it was not meeting its production goals, and production of the first production Model X sedan was delayed.
Tesla was able to meet the production goals by building the Model Z, which Tesla said it plans not to release until 2019.
On a recent earnings call, Musk discussed Tesla’s progress on the Model Zero, which he called the most exciting project for the company.
Musk acknowledged that he still has work to do on the car.
He said that production of electric cars will continue to ramp up, and Tesla expects Model Zero to hit the market by 2021 and the next Model E SUV to be in production by 2021 or 2022.
“We are seeing a rapid increase in demand,” Musk said.
“I think we’ll get to 100, 000 electric cars per year by 2021.”
In a conference call with investors in October, Musk announced that Tesla had raised $1 billion from investors including Warren Buffett and Alibaba Group Holding.
The company said that it is the fastest growing company in the automotive industry with a market capitalization of $50 billion.
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With an electric vehicle, Tesla will compete with other automakers, as well as with automakers who make cars with less power and less safety features, such as Toyota and Ford.
According to the company, the Model 5 will go into production in 2019 and the Tesla Roadster will go out production by 2020.
Tesla will sell its first car with an electric motor in 2019, and a second one with a