Nissan LEAF Sales Shoot Up In September 2018

Steady is how LEAF sales have rolled all year, but finally, we see a significant uptick.

September 2018 is shaping up to be the strongest sales months in U.S. history (thanks largely to what we estimate as an unprecedented surge for the Tesla Model 3) the same surge is not there for the Nissan LEAF, but at least some decent progress has been made in September.

With 1,563 LEAFs sold in September, up from the 1,315 LEAFs sold in August, and an improvement over the sales we noted of 1,149 LEAFs sold in July, it seems the LEAF is finally climbing the U.S. sales chart. The 1,563 sold in September is just south of the YTD monthly high for the LEAF, too. Nissan sold 1,576 LEAFs this May.

In the month-over-month area, sales are obviously up compared to August and year-over-year sales (September 2017 compared to September 2018 show a rise of 48.2% too) but in the calendar-year-to-date category, sales of the LEAF are down by 0.5%

YTD LEAF sales have now reached 10,686 units in the U.S., compared to 10,740 at this point in time last year.

Is the new LEAF finally on the move upwards? Will this rising trend hold? Only time will tell.

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Tesla Q3 Production Eclipses 80,000: Deliveries Exceed 83,000

Tesla has just posted its Q3 2018 results and the numbers sure do impress.

Our focus at InsideEVs is always on deliveries, not production, so here are those vital Tesla figures:

Q3 deliveries totaled 83,500 vehicles: 55,840 Model 3, 14,470 Model S, and 13,190 Model X. To put this in perspective, in just Q3, we delivered more than 80% of the vehicles that we delivered in all of 2017, and we delivered about twice as many Model 3s as we did in all previous quarters combined.

Congrats to Tesla on this amazing achievement.

Some additional highlights include:

  • In Q3, we produced 80,142 vehicles, 50% more than our prior all-time high in Q2
  • 53,239 Model 3 vehicles, which was in line with our guidance and almost double the volume of Q2
  • In the last week of the quarter, we produced over 5,300 Model 3 vehicles, almost all of which were dual motor
  • 8,048 Model 3 vehicles and 3,776 Model S and X vehicles were in transit to customers at the end of Q3, and will be delivered in early Q4. Our overall target of 100,000 Model S and X deliveries in 2018 remains unchanged.

Full release from Tesla below:

Tesla Q3 2018 Vehicle Production and Deliveries

PALO ALTO, Calif., Oct. 02, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — In Q3, we produced 80,142 vehicles, 50% more than our prior all-time high in Q2, including:

53,239 Model 3 vehicles, which was in line with our guidance and almost double the volume of Q2. During Q3, we transitioned Model 3 production from entirely rear wheel drive at the beginning of the quarter to almost entirely dual motor during the last few weeks of the quarter. This added significant complexity, but we successfully executed this transition and ultimately produced more dual motor than rear wheel drive cars in Q3. In the last week of the quarter, we produced over 5,300 Model 3 vehicles, almost all of which were dual motor, meaning that we achieved a production rate of more than 10,000 drive units per week.

26,903 Model S and X vehicles, which was slightly higher than Q2 and in line with our full-year guidance.

Q3 deliveries totaled 83,500 vehicles: 55,840 Model 3, 14,470 Model S, and 13,190 Model X. To put this in perspective, in just Q3, we delivered more than 80% of the vehicles that we delivered in all of 2017, and we delivered about twice as many Model 3s as we did in all previous quarters combined.

Our Q3 Model 3 deliveries were limited to higher-priced variants, cash/loan transactions, and North American customers only. There remain significant opportunities to grow the addressable market for Model 3 by introducing leasing, standard battery and other lower-priced variants of the car, and by starting international deliveries.

Demand for Model S and X remains high. In Q3, we were able to significantly increase Model S and X deliveries notwithstanding the headwinds we have been facing from the ongoing trade tensions between the US and China. Those trade tensions have resulted in an import tariff rate of 40% on Tesla vehicles versus 15% for other imported cars in China.

In addition, Tesla continues to lack access to cash incentives available to locally produced electric vehicles in China that are typically around 15% of MSRP or more. Taking ocean transport costs and import tariffs into account, Tesla is now operating at a 55% to 60% cost disadvantage compared to the exact same car locally produced in China. This makes for a challenging competitive environment, given that China is by far the largest market for electric vehicles. To address this issue, we are accelerating construction of our Shanghai factory, which we expect to be a capital efficient and rapid buildout, using many lessons learned from the Model 3 ramp in North America.

With production stabilized, delivery and outbound vehicle logistics were our main challenges during Q3. We made many improvements to these processes throughout the quarter, and plan to make further improvements in Q4 so that we can scale successfully. As part of this effort, we plan to continue to expand direct deliveries to customers at their home or office, a service we launched in Q3 to improve customer convenience.

8,048 Model 3 vehicles and 3,776 Model S and X vehicles were in transit to customers at the end of Q3, and will be delivered in early Q4. Our overall target of 100,000 Model S and X deliveries in 2018 remains unchanged.

Our net income and cash flow results will be announced along with the rest of our financial performance when we announce Q3 earnings.

We want to thank the entire Tesla team for executing so well during this challenging ramp up in deliveries. We also want to thank all of our customers who volunteered to help us with deliveries, and our new customers who are showing their faith in Tesla by purchasing our products in such large numbers. It was beyond inspiring to see the contributions made by the whole Tesla community.

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Our delivery count should be viewed as slightly conservative, as we only count a car as delivered if it is transferred to the customer and all paperwork is correct. Final numbers could vary by up to 0.5%. Tesla vehicle deliveries represent only one measure of the company’s financial performance and should not be relied on as an indicator of quarterly financial results, which depend on a variety of factors, including the cost of sales, foreign exchange movements and mix of directly leased vehicles.


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Tesla Model 3 Sales Beyond Expectations: New Record In September

Raise the roof. Or rather, pop the top off of that tent.

It’s a recurring theme here when it comes to Tesla Model 3 sales of late.

In both May and June, Tesla Model 3 sales exceeded 6,000 units, but that’s tiny compared to the explosion of sales in July, which amounted to 14,250.

Think that’s a big number? Well…it was. That is, until August when it shot up to 17,800.

But now, there’s yet another month in the books and, of course, a new sales record, too.

The moment of electric car lift-off has arrived with the Model 3 obliterating all previous marks and surpassing a new milestone, the 20,000 -unit mark.

September will be one to remember, that’s for sure. And it’s not just Model 3 sales that took off for Tesla.

Ready for them beyond expectations sales numbers? Aren’t we all…

By our estimations, Tesla sold an epic 22,250 Model 3s in September in the U.S. Shocked? Of course, that’s the highest ever for sales of a single plug-in electric car in any month, beating the old mark set by the…Model 3. And it’s the first time ever an electric car surpassed 20,000 sales in a month in the U.S.

The Model 3 now stands alone as one atop the sales chart for the year with no other plug-in electric car capable of catching it. The YTD tally so far stands at 78,132. An untouchable figure. The highest volume of sales ever for an electric car in a single year was back in 2014 when LEAF sales hit 30,200. With three months of sales still remaining in 2018, the Model 3 sits at nearly double the LEAF’s record and well on track to blow way past 100,000 by year’s end.

Moving on to the Tesla Model S and Model X...

These two plug-ins were outdone by Model 3, but that’s expected.

For September, we estimate the following for sales of these two Teslas:

  • Tesla Model S – 3,750 units in September
  • Tesla Model X  – 3,975 units in September

Both of those figures are well over August results when our estimates put both cars at a volume of 2,625 for the Model S and 2,750 for the Model X.

Tesla holds a commanding lead in plug-in electric car sales for the year and will not be challenged by any other automaker for the YTD win. Trust us, no automaker can match Tesla for the year, so let’s call it right now. Tesla is #1 in U.S. plug-in electric car sales for 2018 and the margin just continue to grow as the year progresses.

Perhaps it’s time to give Tesla proper props for its plug-in progress. In terms of sales, the automaker is now clearly unmatched.

TESLA MODEL 3

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Range: 310 miles; 136/123 mpg-e. Still maintaining a long waiting list as production ramps up slowly, the new compact Tesla Model 3 sedan is a smaller and cheaper, but no less stylish, alternative, to the fledgling automaker’s popular Model S. This estimate is for a Model 3 with the “optional” (at $9,000) long-range battery, which is as of this writing still the only configuration available. The standard battery, which is expected to become available later in 2018, is estimated to run for 220 miles on a charge.

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Tesla Model 3 at Atascadero, CA Supercharging station (via Mark F!)



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Tesla Model 3 Road Trip arrives in Tallahassee
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Tesla confirms Q3 production of 80,000 vehicles and deliveries of 83,500 vehicles

If you have been following Electrek over the past few weeks, you already know this but Tesla has now confirmed the official record production numbers of 80,000 vehicles.

The automaker has also confirmed Q3 deliveries of 83,500 vehicles. more…

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Renault-Nissan CEO Ghosn Seems To Claim Tesla Still Doesn’t Profit

The old dinosaur automaker apparently feels unappreciated.

Carlos Ghosn, the man behind the RenaultNissanMitsubishi Alliance – currently the world’s largest automotive group which produces the most cars (including 600,000 plug-ins) – had something to say about the industry and startups at the 2018 Paris Motor Show opening session.

As you might remember, Ghosn said earlier this year that the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance is the only manufacturer that is profiting on EVs. This time around. Ghosn not only repeated those words, but seems to have referenced Tesla, too. Ghosn basically stated that some newer automakers (Tesla and other new companies) not only produces a small number of cars, but don’t make money either.

“10 years ago everyone said car makers are dinosaurs, and tech companies would eat us.”

“Today, the industry makes 95 million cars, and the new entrants make 100,000 cars – and don’t make money.”

We admit there’s no way of knowing if this is a direct reference to Tesla, but if not, then who?

Perhaps Ghosn is out of touch with Tesla happenings over the past few days.


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2019 Honda Insight recalled for rearview camera failure

2019 Honda InsightThe 2019 Honda Insight hybrid hasn’t been on sale for long; and yet Honda is already recalling more than 6,000 of them for a rearview camera failure. The problem affects another 226,000 vehicles—2018 Accord models, possibly including some Accord Hybrids. The screen may show up blank, with only lane guidance lines appearing under certain…
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In Norway, 60% Of New Vehicle Sales Were Plug-In Electric Cars

Plug-ins reach record market share in Norway.

September brings a massive 22.3% decrease year-over-year in new passenger car registrations in Norway, and even plug-in electric cars dropped down by 2.1% to 6,387.

However, with the market shrinking so much, plug-ins were able to achieve an all-time record market share of 60.1%!

All-electric cars are selling better and better, while plug-in hybrids…not so much:

  • BEVs: 4,802 (up 24.7%, 45.2% market share) + 1,252 ‘used’ + 186 vans (174 new and 12 used) + 8 FCV
  • PHEVs: 1,585 (down 40.7%, 14.9% market share)

Tesla delivered 2,016 electric cars in September – Model S (782) and Model X (1,234) – which in total was about 19% of all new passenger car registrations.

Nissan LEAF remains #1 for the year with a huge advantage (9,083 YTD and 1,071 in September) over the next models (all the Volkswagen Golf versions combined are at 6,630 YTD).

BMW i3 is the third best-selling model in Norway so far this year (4,000 YTD) followed by the Tesla Model X (3,580 YTD).

Those four models represent almost 75% of total BEV sales in September.

We are not sure about Hyundai Kona Electric sales (probably low three-digit), but the Jaguar I-PACE improved from 26 in August to 114 in September.

In around five years, plug-ins replaced diesel market share of new sales in Norway. In September, just 12.4% new passenger cars were diesels.

Top 20 models YTD:

New passenger car registrations in Norway – September 2018, source: Opplysningsrådet for Veitrafikken AS (OFV AS)


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Tesla Model 3 Performance Races Model X P100D, Ford Falcon Drag Car

The little guy races the big guy, and more.

Just yesterday, we shared a few Tesla Model X P100D racing videos with you. We mentioned that Tesla’s biggest sibling doesn’t get as much attention or racing coverage than its faster sibling, the Tesla Model S P100D. Additionally, both cars have actually been pushed aside as of late, since the Tesla Model 3 Performance has arrived. In this latest video, we get to see the hefty Model X P100D face off against the much smaller Model 3 Performance.

This video comes to us from YouTuber DAErik (Tesla owner Erik Strait), who’s clearly all over the Tesla scene in multiple capacities. Lately, he’s taken an affinity to hitting the drag strip in the mountains of Colorado. He seems to have a very good grasp of racing, so perhaps this is something he’s been doing for many years and has just started sharing. At any rate, he can keep the exciting videos coming.

In addition to the Model 3 Performance’s stint against the Model X P100D, there is also a race against an old-school 1964 Ford Falcon that’s been readied for the strip. Check out the video to learn about the results.

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This Guy Can Fix Just About Any Tesla, Even If It’s Totaled

IF YOU TOTAL YOUR TESLA, THERE’S A GUY WHO CAN FIX IT

All automobiles are supported by an ecosystem of services, which traditionally includes dealerships, repair shops and fueling stations. One of the ways Tesla has redefined the auto industry is by vertically integrating these services. You can buy a vehicle directly from Tesla, have it serviced at a Tesla service center, and charge it at a Tesla Supercharger. On the whole, most customers seem to be happy with this arrangement, but some believe that there is an unmet need for independent repair shops, and a community of DIY Tesla repair techs has developed. Because Tesla doesn’t support their activities, there’s an underground, hacker vibe to the scene.

*This article comes to us courtesy of EVANNEX (which also makes aftermarket Tesla accessories). Authored by Charles Morris. The opinions expressed in these articles are not necessarily our own at InsideEVs.

A recent Motherboard documentary told the story of Rich Benoit, aka the Doctor Frankenstein of Teslas, who salvages Tesla parts and uses them to repair cars damaged in crashes, fires and floods.

Another guerrilla repairman is Phil Sadow, aka Ingineer, an electrical engineer who has been rebuilding and selling salvaged Teslas for three years. A recent article in Fast Company tells us how Sadow also teaches fellow enthusiasts to develop their repair skills. The intrepid Ingineer says he’s participated in almost 400 Tesla refurbishment projects.

According to Sadow, Tesla really doesn’t want cars that have been in serious accidents back on the road, and the company has taken steps to make it almost impossible to repair them. “When a car is totaled,” he says, “they deny parts, [and] they don’t in any way give service information, the service tools like all the electronics and computer stuff needed to work on the cars…except where they’re required to by law. And even then they don’t do that.”

Sadow understands the reason for this policy: given the media hunger for anti-Tesla articles, any incident involving a repaired Tesla would surely be blown out of proportion by the press. “Tesla’s trying to protect their stock price and their mission by eliminating some of this,” he says. “If I buy a salvage car and fix it improperly and it kills someone or burns a house down…it’s not going to be ‘Man fixes Tesla improperly and hurts someone.’ It’s going to be ‘Tesla kills someone.’”

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Above: A look at the Tesla Model 3 drive unit (Youtube: Ingineerix)

Sadow is obviously a big fan of Tesla’s mission, but he fears that making it difficult to repair damaged vehicles is a short-sighted policy, because the lack of a market for salvaged Teslas will eventually lead to expensive insurance premiums.

Normally, when a vehicle is totaled, it’s sold at an insurance auction to a shop that either repairs it and puts it back on the road, or sells it for parts. This healthy secondary market allows insurance companies to recoup a substantial part of what they have to pay to replace a “totaled” vehicle. However, because of Tesla’s policies, Sadow says, the market for salvaged vehicles is thin, so auto insurers tend to lose a lot of money on totaled Teslas. “The insurance underwriters figured it out,” he says. “‘Oh, it’s a Tesla, we’re going to eat our lunch on these.’ So they start raising premiums. A lot of insurers consider the Model S and the Model X exotics, like a Ferrari. For that reason, they’re losing their shirt on even relatively minor accidents.”

In the US, only Massachusetts has a “right to repair” law, which requires auto dealerships to make parts and service manuals available to independent repair shops. According to Sadow, even in Massachusetts, Tesla has so far refused to release service information for Model 3. (Tesla told Fast Company the same thing they told Motherboard: owners are free to do whatever they want to their cars, and the company will inspect salvaged vehicles for a fee to assess what repairs are needed.)

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Above: A look at the Tesla Model 3 battery pack (Youtube: Ingineerix)

Sadow’s EV-recycling career began in 2015 when he bought a Model S that had been through the Houston flood. He and his girlfriend took the car apart, repaired the damaged electronics, gave it a thorough cleaning and got it back on the road. Soon he partnered with a body shop owner in Minneapolis, and the two began regularly buying, repairing and reselling salvaged Teslas.

Nowadays Sadow spends more time teaching others to resurrect Teslas than fixing them himself. As more Model 3s hit the roads, more damaged vehicles will be showing up at insurance auctions. “There will be people that want to know how to work on them,” he says, “and that’s basically my full-time job now – helping other people work on these cars.”

Sadow has created his own answer to Tesla’s mobile app, which offers his car-fixing customers access to information such as battery voltages and diagnostic codes. Getting into Tesla’s software required gaining root access – something like jailbreaking a phone. It took Sadow about four months to figure out how to reverse-engineer Model S’s systems, but it took him only three weeks to get the same access to Model 3, as many of the new car’s systems were based on the older model. Tesla hasn’t tried to stop him, but it does employ some software counter-measures to limit what owners of damaged cars can do. When Tesla becomes aware that a particular vehicle has been in a catastrophic accident, it “blacklists” it, meaning that it will refuse to sell the owner any parts.

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Above: A look at the Tesla Model 3 cooling system (Youtube: Ingineerix)

That’s not a problem for Sadow and his fellow renegade rebuilders, because salvaged parts are plentiful and cheap. Sadow is proud of the fact that his revenant Teslas have been problem-free, and hopes that, as long as that remains the case, the company will leave him alone and let him get on with his business. “As long as it keeps them out of the news,” he says, “and as long as they don’t see one of the cars I helped repair burn down or burn down someone’s house or neighborhood, then they’re completely don’t ask, don’t tell.”

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Written by: Charles Morris; Source: Fast CompanyIngineerix

*Editor’s Note: EVANNEX, which also sells aftermarket gear for Teslas, has kindly allowed us to share some of its content with our readers, free of charge. Our thanks go out to EVANNEX. Check out the site here.


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Tesla Makes Pit Stop: Screens Cars 3 To Thank Workers and Families

Tesla employees recharge after Model 3 races to record production and first place in the plug-in sales charts.

This weekend, Tesla will be hosting a pair of movie nights for employees and their families at the Tesla Gigafactory. The automaker will be projecting the Pixar flick “Cars 3” on the side of their factory in Sparks, Nevada.

In the film, Lightning McQueen is “blindsided by a new generation of blazing-fast racers” and has to find a new way to compete to stay in the race. If McQueen thinks Jackson Storm is a force to be reckoned with, he had better watch out for the new Tesla Roadster and Model 3 Track Mode.

On top of the movie on the big “screen”, the automaker will be providing bouncy houses, food trucks and concessions. In the letter sent to employees:

In recognition of your hard work of the last year, we would like to celebrate with you.

Join us for movie night– Pixar’s Cars 3 will be projected on the side of the Gigafactory, along with food trucks for dinner, bouncy houses for the kids, and concessions.

This is all free of charge for you and your family as our way of saying thanks.

Please pick one of two nights (Starting 7:00 pm: Saturday, October 6th or Sunday, October 7th) and RSVP by the link below. Bring blankets or chairs to get comfortable for the movie. Looking forward to seeing you there!

Pixar's Cars 3

Sure, McQueen may not be as cool as the all electric Elasticycle from that other Pixar franchise. But the kiddos will enjoy the family activities.

CNBC says Tesla hosted a similar “family day” at a waterpark last year. However, the past two quarters were especially difficult as the automaker dramatically increased Model 3 production. So this is certainly a nice gesture.

Source: CNBC

TESLA MODEL 3

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Range: 310 miles; 136/123 mpg-e. Still maintaining a long waiting list as production ramps up slowly, the new compact Tesla Model 3 sedan is a smaller and cheaper, but no less stylish, alternative, to the fledgling automaker’s popular Model S. This estimate is for a Model 3 with the “optional” (at $9,000) long-range battery, which is as of this writing still the only configuration available. The standard battery, which is expected to become available later in 2018, is estimated to run for 220 miles on a charge.

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Tesla Model 3 at Atascadero, CA Supercharging station (via Mark F!)



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The Tesla Model 3 is not hiding anymore!
Tesla Model 3 (Image Credit: Tom Moloughney/InsideEVs)

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Tesla Model 3 Road Trip arrives in Tallahassee
Tesla Model 3 charges in Tallahassee, trunk open.

 


Source: Electric Vehicle News