During Tesla’s second financial quarter of 2020, the EV company delivered a total of 90,650 electric vehicles, which is quite a bit more than it did prior to COVID-19.
The second-quarter runs from the beginning of April to some time in June, so you’d think it would be safe to assume that the company sold/delivered fewer vehicles. However, it appears that Tesla’s online ordering and lack of dealerships has worked in its favour.
Out of the 90,650 cars delivered, 10,600 of them were the higher-cost Model S and Model X vehicles, while the remaining 80,050 were Model 3s and Model Ys.
During the first quarter, the automaker delivered 88,400 electric cars. Of that total, 12,200 deliveries were Model Y and Model S trims, and the remaining ...