Tesla Model Y became the best-selling car in the world!

Tesla Model Y became the best-selling car in the world!

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The Toyota Corolla, which was first produced in 1966, has been able to keep up with the times by being constantly updated despite the 47 years that have passed. In fact, it continued to be the best-selling car in almost all markets in its last chassis, the 11th generation. Until the Tesla Model Y took the throne and became the best-selling car in the world.

Tesla Model Y became the best-selling car in the world!

According to global car market data announced today, 256,000 400 models of Toyota Corolla were sold in the first quarter of 2023. However, Tesla Model Y, which began to be sold as an affordable electric SUV in 2020, became the best-selling car in the world by selling 267,000 200 units.

In fact, before this model went on sale, the statement of the CEO of Tesla Elon Musk that they would see this situation and put on the market the best-selling car in just 3 years.

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Of course, this shows that we are witnessing a great symbolic change. Because we are based on sales data not only in one market, but also worldwide. Therefore, we can say that people all over the world have now accepted and accepted the evolution of the electric car.

When we compare with last year’s statistics; We see that the Corolla is the best-selling car in 2022 with 1 million 120 thousand (2.8% shrinkage compared to 2021). Just behind it was Toyota’s RAV4, with 870 thousand units (13.7% reduction compared to 2021).

On the other hand, Tesla Model Y has managed to enter the top 5 with the production of 760 thousand units (a growth of 88.7 percent compared to 2021). When we look at the latest data, it is estimated that this year it will exceed 1.5 million units due to Tesla’s entry into new markets such as Turkey, the factories it has opened or will open in Germany and South America, and its expansion policy.