Tesla Inc. reported a record third quarter deliveries, beating analysts' forecasts.
The electric carmaker delivered 241,300 new cars over the three months ended in October, compared to analysts’ expectations of around 230,000. The figure is +73.2% higher from a year ago, and almost +20% higher from the second quarter deliveries.
"We would like to thank our customers for their patience as we work through global supply chain and logistics challenges," Tesla mentioned in a statement.
The third quarter total deliveries included 323,025 Model 3 and Model Y sedans, and 9,275 of its higher-priced Model S and Model X.