Tesla delivered 310,048 cars in the first quarter of 2022, despite what Tesla CEO Elon Musk states was an "exceptionally tough quarter," mentioning worldwide supply chain concerns and a quick closure at Tesla's Shanghai factory, as reported by CNBC.
In a news release, Tesla stated the Model 3 and Y comprised 295,324 of these deliveries, while 14,724 were for the Design S and X.
Deliveries increased somewhat from the previous quarter's 308,600 shipments and surpassed the 184,800 shipments Tesla made in the first quarter, representing a 68 percent year-over-year boost. On the production side of things, Tesla managed to develop a total of 305,407 vehicles.
Last month, Tesla shuttered its Shanghai factory for two days in the middle of a spike in COVID-19 cases, and closed the factory as soon as again recently as Shanghai continues to face a city-wide lockdown. The Shanghai plant is the company's largest, producing both Design 3s and Model Ys.
Tesla just recently opened its first European factory in Berlin, Germany, and is holding a "cyber rodeo" to commemorate the grand opening of its Austin, Texas Gigafactory on April 7th– both of which could help balance out production problems brought on by the COVID-related lockdowns in Shanghai.
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