The average production cost of a Tesla vehicle has dropped to $36,000, less than half of what it was in 2017


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According to TechWeb, Tesla’s head of investor relations, Martin Viecha, revealed at a recent technical conference in San Francisco that Tesla’s cost of producing each car in 2017 was $84,000. But it has dropped to $36,000 in recent quarters. Martin Viecha also revealed at the meeting that the cost reduction is not entirely due to the reduction in battery costs, but is the result of their continuous optimization of the vehicle design to simplify production as much as possible. The introduction of factories specially designed for the production of electric vehicles has also played an important role in reducing costs.

Martin Viecha also said at the meeting that optimizing production costs is very important for automakers, and believes that the production cost of each vehicle will be the most important indicator of attention in the future of electric vehicles, which is how many cars an automaker can produce and how big it can become. determinant of size.

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