June 1 (UPI) — Tesla’s Fremont assembly plant and Nevada superbattery plant, which have been shut down for nearly 50 days, began returning to normal operations last month and production of electric vehicles is on track, according tomedia reports. But because Tesla’s two plants did not produce nearly half of the second quarter, the Fremont plant is Tesla’s largest production and the largest electric vehicle production plant in production, the shutdown of more than a month will inevitably have a big impact on Tesla, already analysts on Tesla’s second-quarter electric vehicle delivery forecast, the results are expected to decline significantly year-on-year.
Originaltitle: Analysts expect Tesla to deliver about 70,000 electric cars in the second quarter
It is Bernstein analyst Toni Sacconaghi who is predicting Tesla’s second-quarter electric car deliveries.
For the second quarter, Tony SakoNagy said it was a tough time for Tesla, but he still believed it could deliver about 70,000 electric cars.
Tony SakoNagy expects Tesla to deliver about 70,000 electric vehicles in the second quarter, meaning Tesla’s deliveries in the quarter will be down from a year earlier. In the second quarter of last year, Tesla delivered 952,000 electric vehicles of all models to consumers, up from 884,000 in the previous quarter.