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Tesla Sales rising irrespective of chip shortage

Tesla, an electric car manufacturer, revealed that it delivered 2,41,300 electric automobiles in the third quarter.

According to Elektrek, the company revealed its third-quarter shipping and production figures, indicating that it set new marks once again.

According to the study, Tesla announced record deliveries of 2,41,300 electric cars in the third quarter of 2021, indicating that this quarter’s delivery wave was successful.

According to the study, this is a new high, surpassing the previous high of 2,01,250 deliveries set in the previous quarter.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk told staff on a company-wide call earlier this month that “this is the craziest month of deliveries Tesla will ever have,” according to Electrek.

Tesla’s service teams had to add parts to vehicles built earlier in the quarter owing to manufacturing difficulties caused by supply chain restrictions, according to the CEO.

The automaker’s business strategy typically results in more deliveries at the conclusion of each quarter, but this quarter’s manufacturing difficulties exacerbated the situation.

“This will be Tesla’s most intensive delivery week ever,” Musk remarked just a few days ago, during the penultimate week of the quarter.



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