Tesla, the company with the second-most luxury vehicles in the world, has now lost a total of $4.7 billion worth of leases since January of 2016.
As of January this year, the total has increased to $10.2 billion.
Tesla is the largest vehicle leasing company in the United States.
The company recently made an agreement to sell its cars to private buyers, with Tesla agreeing to sell the vehicles to dealerships for $1,100 a month, instead of $3,000.
The sale of the cars to dealers has been a major success, with the company posting $1.7 million in sales in 2017, according to Tesla.
Tesla’s deal with dealers will expire at the end of the month.
The deal with private buyers is now at an end, but the company will continue to lease cars from private buyers until the end.
The Tesla deal with the dealers has resulted in the loss of $7 billion in potential revenue for the company.
Tesla said that they expect to recover the $7.6 billion in lost revenue in 2021.
Tesla also reported a loss of approximately $6.4 billion in 2016, as the company had to spend more money to maintain and expand its electric vehicle fleet.
The stock has gained approximately 40% since the sale to private dealers.
The average price of a Tesla has gone up $15.50 per share since the announcement of the sale.
Tesla has also said that it plans to make the sale of its vehicles in 2021 a non-GAAP financial performance measure.
Tesla was acquired by the Chinese company, BYD, in 2017.
Tesla currently has more than 1,400 employees, according a spokesperson for Tesla.
The sales of the car were announced on January 12, 2017, as part of a larger sale that included several Tesla models.
The acquisition was a major step for Tesla, as it allowed it to expand its range of vehicles, including the Model 3 electric sedan, Model X crossover, and the Model X SUV.