Data obtained by Bloomberg shows that the Tesla Model S walloped the “large luxury sedan” competition in the U.S. in Q3 2016.
And how did Bloomberg’s Tom Randall come by such data that Tesla doesn’t normally release on a whim? (generally only generic worldwide quarterly sales – 24,500 for Q3 overall)
“Tesla accidentally gave me their internal U.S. sales figures for Q3 (which are impressive).”
One assumes the chart/data provided to Bloomberg was originally intended to be included in the company’s upcoming Q3 fiscal report due on Wednesday, October 26th after the market closes and was released unintentionally early.