Tesla beat its own previous record—and Wall Street’s expectations—by delivering 95,200 cars in the second quarter of 2019. That’s a big jump from the first quarter, when Tesla delivered a disappointing 63,000 vehicles. And it’s modestly higher than Tesla’s previous record of 90,700 vehicles delivered in the fourth quarter of 2018.
Wall Street reacted positively to the news, sending Tesla’s stock price up 6 percent in after-hours trading.
Tesla reported producing a solid 87,048 vehicles in the second quarter—up from 77,100 vehicles produced in the first quarter and up slightly from 86,555 vehicles produced in Q4 2018.
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