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The Chinese e-car manufacturer BYD was able to pass Tesla with its deliveries in September. Can Tesla catch up again during the year of the year? And who is ultimately ahead?

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• Tesla and BYD in September on a similar level of delivery

• Musk group has ambitious goals for the entire year

• Tesla with purely battery-operated electric cars far before BYD

September: BYD pulls past Tesla

, as the market research institute Adamas Intelligence reports, the US electric car manufacturer Tesla delivered 190,255 vehicles worldwide in September, which has been a new monthly record since the beginning of the records. In September, Tesla was only exceeded by the Chinese competitor BYD , who, with 192,648 deliveries, also had the best month since the start of the records.

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In Germany, Tesla also set up a new delivery record in September: 13,724 new Tesla cars were re-registered in Germany in September-this was the first time that Tesla broke the 10,000 mark in Germany.

Who will be ahead at the end of the year? According to Adamas Intelligence data, BYD delivered 1.769 million electric vehicles from January 2021 to September this year and was able to continuously increase its deliveries every month. From January 2021 to September 2022, Tesla's deliveries amounted to 1.848 million electricity. At the Musk Group, an increase in deliveries had to be observed from quarter to quarter during this period.

The question of who will be at the end of the year should remain exciting. Although Adamas Intelligence expects BYD Tesla to overtake on a cumulative basis in October and November, since Tesla's deliveries are usually lower than at the end of each quarter, but the US electric car maker could be back at the rival from China with a strong final month of December Go past.

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strong delivery figures in the last quarter are not only important for the US electric car manufacturer in order to be ahead in the competition with BYD. Tesla has set itself the goal of achieving a 50 percent increase in delivery in 2022 compared to the previous year. The company would have to deliver more than 1.4 million vehicles in 2022. Until the end of the third quarter, Tesla came to 908,573 vehicles, which means that the electric car maker would have to deliver around 500,000 cars in the last quarter to achieve this ambitious goal.

In the analyst conference on the results of the third quarter, however, Tesla was confident. CFO Zach Kirkhorn emphasized that Tesla continued to assume his goal, and Tesla boss Elon Musk announced a "record-breaking" final quarter

, according to dpa. But not everyone shares this confidence. A few weeks ago, a Tesla observer predicted in a tweet that the car manufacturer would deliver 400,000 vehicles in the fourth quarter, while the analyst forecasts were 435,000. Tesla for purely battery -operated electric cars far ahead of BYD While Tesla and BYD move at a similar level according to Adamas Intelligence data, but the market research institute was also able to determine certain differences with a closer look at the vehicles. Half of the BYD electric vehicles sold in 2022 and 45 percent in 2021 were PHEVS (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle), while Tesla only sold BEVS (Battery Electric Vehicle), i.e. purely battery-driven electric cars .

, according to Adamas Intelligence, becomes clear by looking at the battery capacity, which the two carmakers have brought onto the streets during the same period as part of newly sold e-cars. From January 2021 to September 2022, Tesla brought 132.9 gigawatt hours (GWH) to the streets - in September this year alone it was 13.9 GWh. From January 2021 to September 2022, BYD only has 65.6 GWh - and in September 2022 to 6.7 GWH.Redaction finanzen.net

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