Tesla’s global fleet is growing at a record pace and we now learn that it reached a total of 10 billion electric miles with half a million cars this week. Back in October 2016, we reported on Tesla reaching the 3 billion electric mile milestone and the company’s global fleet managed to add 500 million more miles 3 months later – bringing the total to 3.5 billion in December and another half a billion more by March 2017 . At the time, Tesla’s fleet was driving about 5 million miles a day on average. We were able to track the progress through the Tesla road trip page and Tesla confirmed that its global fleet reached over 5 billion electric miles driven in July 2017. The average went up to almost 7 million miles per day when Tesla slowly started Model 3 production. Tesla removed the counter from the Tesla road trip page and we haven’t been able to track the fleet mileage as consistently. But a source familiar with the data point confirmed to Electrek that t he fleet surpassed 9 billion total miles in September and at the time, Tesla drivers averaged almost 20 million miles per day […]

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