Tesla delivered 310,048 vehicles in the first three months of 2022, automaker on Saturday. “This has been a particularly difficult quarter due to supply chain disruptions and China’s Zero-Covid policy,” Musk on Twitter shortly after Tesla shared the news.
Last month saw the company suspend production in , its largest production base, twice. Despite those hiccups, 310,048 Tesla vehicles delivered in Q1, a 68% year-over-year increase from 1st quarter of 2021 when the company shipped about 184,400 cars. According to Tesla, the Model 3 and Model Y accounted for the majority of deliveries in Q1 2022, with 295,324 of them reaching consumers since the start of the year. In the same time frame, the company produced 305,407 vehicles, which is no small feat when you consider the supply chain issues that have affected the company. Tesla and many other car manufacturers.
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