I mean, Tesla seeks to reduce the cost of delivering its cars


Tesla CEO Elon Musk has told company employees not to rush order deliveries by the end of this quarter and instead focus on cutting costs. .

The memo was sent just over a month later after Tesla managed to increase global deliveries to more than 241,000 in its last quarter, despite global supply chain problems and chip shortages affecting sales of other auto companies such as General Motors and Ford.

The company hasn’t released a clear 2021 delivery target, but loosely aims to increase deliveries by about 50 percent annually, which doesn’t mean Tesla has faced no delivery challenges this year. In August, some customers’ cars were delayed for weeks or months due to parts shortages and manufacturing challenges at its Fremont plant.


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