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Earnings report Q4 2023

Tesla Sees Significant Revenue Growth Across Multiple Segments

Segments of Revenue

Tesla's total revenue for the year ended December 31, 2023, was $96.77 billion, a 19% increase from the previous year's $81.46 billion. The automotive segment contributed the most to the revenue, with automotive sales generating $78.51 billion, up 17% from the previous year. Automotive regulatory credits and automotive leasing brought in $1.79 billion and $2.12 billion, respectively. The energy generation and storage segment saw a significant increase of 54%, generating $6.04 billion in revenue. Services and other revenues also saw a substantial increase of 37%, amounting to $8.32 billion.

Strengths

The company's strength lies in its ability to increase revenue across multiple segments. The automotive sales revenue saw a significant increase due to a rise in Model 3 and Model Y cash deliveries, indicating a successful production ramp-up of Model Y globally. The energy generation and storage segment also saw a substantial increase in revenue, indicating growth in this area. The services and other revenue segment also saw a significant increase, primarily due to higher used vehicle revenue, body shop and part sales revenue, non-warranty maintenance services revenue, paid Supercharging revenue, and insurance services revenue.

Challenges

Despite the overall increase in revenue, the automotive leasing segment saw a decrease of 14%, mainly due to a decrease in direct sales-type leasing revenue driven by lower deliveries year over year. The average selling price of used vehicles also decreased, offsetting some of the increases in the services and other revenue segment.

Noteworthy

Despite the overall price reductions year over year, sales mix, and a negative impact from the United States dollar strengthening against other foreign currencies, the company still managed to increase its automotive sales revenue.

Summary

Tesla demonstrated strong financial performance with significant revenue growth across multiple segments. The company's ability to increase automotive sales, energy generation and storage, and services and other revenues indicates a strong market presence and successful business strategies. However, the decrease in automotive leasing revenue and the lower average selling price of used vehicles present areas for improvement. Despite these challenges, the company's overall performance indicates a positive trajectory.

Source documents

Form 10-K  filed on Jan 27, 2024
60 pages scanned

Reference data

Company financials Q4 revenue 25.17B
Analyst estimates Q4 EPS missed by -4.10%
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