Tesla's new car registration in California surged nearly 63% year-on-year in the fourth quarter of 2020, mainly due to the success of model y, according to cross sell, a market research firm, on Wednesday.Earlier this month, Tesla released better than expected 2020 delivery figures, though slightly below its target of 500000 vehicles.
According to a report released on Wednesday, Tesla's new car registration in California, the largest electric car market in the United States, rose to 22117 in the fourth quarter from about 16200 in the third quarter.
Among them, the number of model y compact crossover vehicles registered in California reached about 11417, more than that of model 3, which decreased by 34% to 7044 on a year-on-year basis.
Of the 23 states that cross sell has collected data, Tesla registered 44749 vehicles in the fourth quarter, nearly half of which are model y.
Tesla will release its fourth quarter results after the close of US stocks on January 27.