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Tesla supplied 254,695 electric vehicles worldwide in the second quarter, a decrease of almost 18% compared to the previous period as a result of limitations in the supply chain, China’s extensive COVID-19-Lockdown and challenges about opening factories in Berlin and Austin , took their toll from the company.

This is the first time in two years that Tesla deliveries, which were 310,048 in the first period this year, fell quarterly to quarter. Tesla’s deliveries rose by 26.5% compared to the second quarter last year.

The quarterly-on-quarter reduction is in line with a wider supply chain problem in the industry. It also illustrates the importance of Tesla’s factory in Shanghai for his company. Tesla closed his factory in Shanghai several times in March due to the increasing COVID-19 cases that led to a government closure.

Tesla delivery Q2 2022

Image Credits: Tesla/Screenshot

The company said on Saturday that it produced 258,580 EVs, a reduction of 15% compared to the previous quarter when it 305,407 vehicles made

Just like in other quarters of the past two years, most produced and supplied vehicles were model 3 and model Ys. Only 16,411 of the vehicles produced were the older Model S and Model X vehicles.

Tesla said in his released that June 2022 was the highest car production month in the history of Tesla. Despite that milestone, the EV maker and other industry companies have difficulty keeping pace with the demand, since the problems in the supply chain persist.

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