With the dual power of Model Y and Model 3, Tesla is starting to shine in the Chinese market.
On the evening of October 25, according to Tesla's filings with the SEC,Tesla's revenue in China reached $3.113 billion in the third quarter, up 78.5 percent from a year earlier.
The file shows thatTesla's revenue in China in the first three quarters of this year was $9,015 million, or about 25 percent of Tesla's global revenue, making it the second-largest market after the U.S.
That's already more than Tesla's full-year revenue of $6.662 billion in China last year. In the third quarter, the U.S. remained Tesla's largest market, with revenue of $6.414 billion, while other markets outside China and the U.S. had revenue of $4.23 billion.
Tesla's third-quarter results showed revenue of $13.757 billion, up 58 percent from a year earlier, and net profit of $1.618 billion, up 389 percent from a year earlier.
In addition, Tesla delivered a record 241,300 vehicles worldwide in the third quarter.In China, Tesla sold a total of 73,059 vehicles in the third quarter:8,621 units were sold in July; 12,285 units were sold in August; and 52,153 units were sold in September. In the third quarter, Tesla sold an average of 24,353 vehicles a month in China.