Tesla (TSLA) U.S. Sales Said to Be Robust in August
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Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) shares are on watch as one blog speculated on sales numbers for August.
InsideEVs believes Tesla sold 3,125 Model S units and 1,850 Model X units in August, for a total of 4,975 units. Notably, the numbers account for U.S. sales only.
The blog speculated that Tesla sold 2,150 Model S units and 750 Model X units for July.
InsideEVs notes that it reports data that it accumulates itself, not something based on dividing expected quarterly sales by three. The blog noted that Tesla's recent efforts to convert sales resulted in a more-robust number last moth.
Shares of Tesla are down around 4 percent.
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