Tesla delivered over 200 thousand electric cars to the world market in the 2nd quarter of 2021, which became a record volume of deliveries for the manufacturer, writes TASS referring to Reuters.
Tesla hit a record high by effectively addressing chip and raw material shortages, according to Reuters.
Tesla shipped 201,250 electric cars in total in the quarter, and overall production grew 14 percent over the period.
According to statistics, the implementation of cheaper Tesla Model 3 and Model Y cars compensated for the drop in the supply of more expensive Model S and Model X models.
Earlier it was reported that the number of orders for the Tesla Cybertruck electric truck exceeded 1 million.
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