There’s a lot to unpack following Tesla’s latest shareholder’s meeting, which took place yesterday in Palo Alto, California. Following what was referred to as “the boring part of the meeting,” featuring some commentary by board members and the automaker’s general counsel, Elon took the stage to deliver a recap of the automaker’s performance over the last year, and that’s when the interesting tidbits really started churning.

Musk opened his speech by pointing out that the Model 3 outsells all of its competitors combined (which includes the BMW 3 Series, Mercedes-Benz C-Class, Audi A4, and Lexus IS), which we’ve known for a while. But he also said that the Model 3 is America’s “best-selling car by revenue.” Put another way — and note that we can’t actually verify whether it’s accurate, though others have crunched the numbers and the claim seems plausible — Tesla claims that the total revenue brought in from all Model 3s sales so far in America exceeds that of any other single vehicle.

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