Tesla (TSLA) has released their Q2 2021 production and delivery numbers this morning, and have once again set a new record for both figures.
In a press release this morning, Tesla announced it delivered 201,250 vehicles from April to June. That is an impressive jump from the same quarter last year which saw 90,650 deliveries in a heavily COVID-impacted three month period.
Now that deliveries of the refresh Model S have begun, the flagship vehicle contributed 1,890 deliveries alongside the Model X.
Tesla’s record results compares to Wall Street’s expectations of 207,000 vehicle deliveries for Q2.
Production continues to increase at Fremont and Shanghai. Unfortunately Tesla does not break down the production figures by factory, but a total of 206,421 vehicles were produced in the quarter.
That’s another big increase from Q2 2020 where 82,272 vehicles were produced, and was achieved despite global supply chain issues.
In the second quarter, we produced and delivered over 200,000 vehicles. Our teams have done an outstanding job navigating through global supply chain and logistics challenges.
You can read the full release here.