The electric vehicle maker continued to increase the number of vehicles it delivered during the quarter.
Wall Street-listed Tesla delivered 310,048 electric vehicles in the first three months of the year, According to Saturday night Norwegian time update.
Bloomberg and Reuters reported that delivery was slightly higher than expected.
The 295,324 pieces of electric vehicles delivered were of Type 3 and Y, while 14,724 were of Type S and X.
Elon Musk confirmed in the update that the record delivery took place despite a global supply crunch and factory closures.
“This has been a very difficult quarter due to disruptions in supply chains and China’s strategy of achieving the goal of eliminating corona infection,” the Tesla boss wrote on Twitter.
Tesla delivered 308,000 electric cars in the last quarter of last year, also a record at the time. In the first quarter of last year, the delivery was 184.800 pieces.
In total, the company delivered 936,172 vehicles in 2021, up from 499,550 in 2020, an increase of 87.4 percent.
The number of electric cars produced in the first quarter of 2022 reached 305,047 pieces.
Tesla will present its first-quarter accounting numbers on April 20.
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