Tesla delivered a record number of cars in the second quarter, with 466,140 cars delivered, up 83.5% from the previous year and 10.4% from the first three months of 2023.
The majority of sales were of the Model 3 and Model Y, which came down in price several times this year.
Combined with US government subsidies, customers could own one of the models for roughly $33,000 when federal tax credits are applied.
The cost of Tesla
's vehicles was brought down to keep the company competitive with rivals.
had previously expressed concern about affordability limiting sales.
Production and delivery was also up in the first three months of the year, but failed to reach the 50% increase in deliveries target.
had struggled with supply chain issues in late 2022, which impacted its ability to get cars to customers.