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Tesla Delivers Over 200k Vehicles in Q2, Shares Climb

Sam Boughedda
Sam Boughedda trader
Updated 2 Jul 2021

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On Friday, Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) reported that it delivered over 200,000 vehicles in a quarter for the first time.


The company revealed that deliveries for Q2 were 201,250, compared to the previous record of 184,800 delivered in Q1.

However, the number was just below expectations, with analysts predicting Tesla to deliver approximately 202,800 cars.

The deliveries consisted of 199,360 of its Model 3 and Y and 1,890 of its Model S and X. The company produced 2,340 Model S and X vehicles and 204,081 Model 3 and Y’s during the quarter.

Like other car manufacturers, the company had to cope with semiconductor chip and other parts shortages during Q2, along with price rises.

Earlier on Friday, Bloomberg reported that India Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari made references to Tesla potentially stepping up senior management recruiting and building electric charging stations across select highways in the country.

It prompted Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas to point out that Tesla’s India team forecasts battery electric vehicle volume to exceed 200,000 units by 2025 and for the Indian battery electric vehicle market (BEV) to account for 10% of global BEV volume by 2035.

The analyst believes that Tesla India will gain “serious investor attention” over the next few months and kept an Overweight rating and $900 price target.

Tesla shares are currently trading at $686, up 1.19%.

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Sam Boughedda
Sam is a trader and lead stock market writer at AskTraders. After starting his career in the forex market, Sam now focuses on stocks, specifically consumer staples.