Tesla doesn’t even surprise us anymore for showing growth year by year. We weer expecting that the automaker will show steadily growth in 2016, and so it did. Nearly 80,000 Tesla cars were bought by consumers in 2016. Tesla's sales improvements have taken place since it launched its first designed-from-scratch Model S sedan in 2012. In 2015, the Model X SUV was added to the lineup, and the Model S has been progressively improved over the past four years, with the top-end P100D capable of outrunning the fastest, most exotic hypercars in a 0-60 mph sprint. But during the time Tesla has gone from 30,000 in yearly deliveries to nearly 100,000, sales across the US have been absolutely booming. In 2015, a new record was set, as 17.5 million cars and trucks rolled off dealer lots. Then in 2016, that record was beaten, as 17.55 million vehicles were sold. So far in 2017, the early pace of sales indicates another record-breaking year.