Tesla's California registrations declined 37% in recent months, the WSJ reports
Jun. 17, 2020 8:30 AM ET|About: Tesla, Inc. (TSLA)|By: Brad Olesen, SA News Editor
Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) registrations for April and May fell a combined 37% y/y, the WSJ reported, citing Dominion Enterprises data.
The auto industry overall was expected to see declines of more than 30% in May, according to forecasts earlier this month. Most automakers report quarterly, so the extent will not be known for a while. Toyota (NYSE:TM), Hyundai (OTCPK:HYMLF) and Mazda's (OTCPK:MZDAF) May figures were better than the industry as a whole, according to earlier reports.
The California figures were disputed by Tesla, which claims the data tracking is a poor corrollary for performance.
The timing of the data comes as Tesla's fortunes are rising in the East. Earlier this month, reports were that model 3 sales volume tripled in May from April, according to the according to China Passenger Car Association
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