According tomedia reports, tesla’s delivery of electric vehicles in the second quarter was significantly affected by the nearly two-month shutdown at the Fremont plant, which fell sharply year-on-year, with deliveries of less than 180,000 units in the first half of the year, and the full-year delivery target sought a challenge.
But teslas, which suffered from second-quarter deliveries in the second quarter, plan to significantly increase deliveries of electric cars in the second half of the year, possibly more than 300,000, nearly double the number in the first half,media said in a recent report.
Tesla plans to increase deliveries of electric cars in the second half of the year, possibly to meet its full-year delivery target of more than 500,000 vehicles, which they will continue to maintain in its second-quarter results.
Tesla reported quarterly electric vehicle production and deliveries of 102.672 million vehicles, 884,000 units delivered in the first quarter, 82.272 million units in the second quarter, 90.65 million units delivered, and 184,944 vehicles in the first half of the year, with 179.05 million units delivered.
Tesla’s goal of delivering more than half a million vehicles for the full year means that they will deliver no less than 320.95 million units in the second half of this year.
And if they significantly increase delivery in the second half of the year, more than 300,000 vehicles, as they plan, Tesla will still be able to meet its full-year delivery target, even if it doesn’t, and if it exceeds 300,000 units, it won’t be too far away, and it will be significantly higher than last year’s delivery.