Tesla CEO Elon Musk told employees in a Wednesday night email that the company has a “good chance” of beating its record for deliveries this quarter. That record was set in the final quarter of 2018, when Tesla delivered just over 90,000 cars, 63,000 of which were Model 3s. Tesla previously predicted in April it would deliver around that many cars this quarter, but Wall Street’s expectations had soured recently.
Breaking the record, or even coming close, would mark a huge rebound for Tesla, which saw its total deliveries drop to just 63,000 in the first quarter of 2019 as it began selling the Model 3 in Europe and China. That drop meant the company went from generating its first ever back-to-back profits in the second half of 2018 to…
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