In 2021, sold 169,853 Model Ys and 150,890 Model 3s in China.

Tesla's revenue in China reached $13.844 billion in 2021, up 107.8 percent year-on-year, according to the company's 10-K filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

Previously available data showed that Tesla generated $9.015 billion in China in the first three quarters of last year, meaning it generated $4.829 billion in China in the fourth quarter.

China is now Tesla's largest market outside the US, accounting for 25.7 percent of the company's revenue.

The US remains Tesla's top market, with the company's revenue from the US market reaching $23.973 billion in 2021, or 44.55 percent of total revenue.

Tesla's revenue surge in China was driven by rising Giga Shanghai production and deliveries.

Tesla's China sales reached 473,078 units last year, including exports to overseas markets, accounting for 51.7 percent of its 936,000 deliveries worldwide, according to the China Passenger Car Association (CPCA).

For the full year 2021, the Tesla Model Y sold 169,853 units in China, making it the best-selling new energy SUV that year.

For the full year 2021, Model 3 sales were 150,890 units, up 9.8 percent from 137,459 units in 2020, according to the CPCA.

The Model 3 was the third best-selling new energy sedan in China for the full year 2021, behind the Hongguang Mini EV at 395,451 units and the Qin at 187,227 units.

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