Tesla delivers 200,000 cars every quarter for the first time


Tesla is here again Exceed its delivery record, This time it reached a symbolic milestone.As NBC Finance Channel notes, The electric car manufacturer delivered 201,250 vehicles in the second quarter of 2021, a record high-this is the first time it has delivered more than 200,000 vehicles to customers in a given quarter. It delivered 184,800 machines in the first quarter of this year.

This Model 3 Model Y represents almost all deliveries.Tesla only delivered 1,890 Model S and Model X, despite waiting S-shaped lattice. On June 10, the first delivery of high-end electric cars officially began.

Founder Elon Musk has made achievements despite facing “many challenges” Say. He didn’t elaborate on what those were, but he used to Mention The “main” supply chain price issue is a factor. Musk added that raw materials are a particular pain point.The entire automotive industry also Troubled by a shortage of chips, Making it difficult for some companies to manufacture enough cars to meet demand.

This number is not as large as some analysts have hoped. The estimated number is as high as 231,000. Even so, it is worth noting that despite the cooling momentum and the less forgiving market, Tesla’s performance still surpassed itself.The bigger challenge is yet to come-as electric vehicles become mainstream, it must face more intense competition, especially for potential blockbusters like Ford F-150 Lightning.

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