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San Francisco. Electric vehicle company Tesla has managed to deliver 2,41,300 electric vehicles during the third quarter. The company has announced. Elektrek reports, the company released its third quarter delivery and production numbers, confirming that it hit new records again.

According to the report, it looks like this quarter’s delivery wave was successful as Tesla delivered a record 2,41,300 electric cars in the third quarter of 2021.

This is a new record, surpassing one in 2,01,250 deliveries achieved in the previous quarter, the report said.

Earlier this month, Electrek told employees in a company-wide call on CEO Elon Musk that “this is the most wonderful month of delivery that Tesla will have.”

The CEO noted that production issues caused by supply chain constraints caused Tesla to delay deliveries and that its service teams had to add parts to vehicles produced earlier in the quarter.

The automaker’s business model typically all leads to more deliveries at the end of the quarter, but these production issues compounded the problem this quarter.

Just a few days ago, during the last week of the quarter, Musk said that “this will be Tesla’s fastest delivery week ever.” (IANS)

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