Money: Tesla again with delivery record

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Tesla has reached the next record in the deliveries in the past quarter - but at the same time failed even higher expectations of analysts. The company from Tech-billiard Elon Musk brought 343,830 electric cars to buyers from July to September. The previous record value was over 310,000 in the first quarter of this year.

Tesla-Produktion in der Gigafactory Grünheide. Tesla hat im vergangenen Quartal einen Rekord bei seinen Auslieferungen aufgestellt. © Patrick Pleul/DPA central picture/dpa Tesla production in the Gigafactory Grünheide. Tesla set a record in his deliveries in the past quarter.

Tesla is currently expanding its production, including the capacities in the two new works in Grünheide near Berlin and in Texas. Production thus reached almost 365,923 electric cars in the past quarter - mostly from volume models 3 and Y.

analysts had expected 358,000 deliveries. In the announcement, Tesla pointed out that it was difficult, especially in the hot delivery phase at the end of the quarter, to secure transport capacities at a reasonable price.

A lot of attention is paid to Tesla's delivery figures - because they are a yardstick for how well the electric pioneer is against the increasing competition of established car companies in the shop. The question is also currently to what extent inflation and the economic worries could slow down the market.

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