Tesla delivered practically 185,000 vehicles within the first quarter of 2021, greater than it produced over the three-month interval, in accordance with numbers the corporate shared on Friday. Tesla has been ramping up manufacturing capability and simply practically missed CEO Elon Musk’s aim of delivering 500,000 vehicles in 2020.

Of the vehicles Tesla delivered in Q1 2021, practically 183,000 had been Mannequin 3 and Mannequin Y autos, greater than the 180,000 of these fashions produced in Q1. On prime of the Mannequin 3 and Mannequin Y deliveries, the corporate additionally bought a further 2,020 Mannequin S vehicles that had been produced in earlier quarters.

Tesla introduced redesigns for the Mannequin S and Mannequin X in January 2021, which added new powertrains, larger vary choices, and the panorama in-car show from the extra standard Mannequin 3. Tesla says the redesigns had been “exceptionally well-received” and that it’s within the early stage of ramping up manufacturing on each new fashions.

The corporate didn’t get away particular supply numbers for vehicles in China, however Tesla says it continues to be proud of the reception of its newer Mannequin Y within the nation. China has been a spotlight for Tesla because it opened its Gigafactory there in 2019, which the corporate appears to see as vital for assembly demand for its vehicles. When Tesla shared its This fall 2020 monetary figures, it introduced that its manufacturing facility in Shanghai might enable it to provide as many as 1.05 million vehicles in a 12 months.

Tesla and Musk haven’t but introduced any bold supply targets for 2021, however compared to 88,400 vehicles it delivered in Q1 2020, Tesla looks as if it’s beginning on the fitting foot to beat final 12 months’s 500,000-car aim.