Tesla broke a new corporate record in Q4 2022 by delivering over 405,000 automobiles

Tesla broke a new corporate record in Q4 2022 by delivering over 405,000 automobiles

The end of 2022 might have been better for Tesla. Even before contemplating the impact of Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter, Tesla faced macroeconomic and logistical problems that threatened to limit development. COVID-19 regulations in China caused Tesla to pause and curtail output at its Shanghai Gigafactory, as they did earlier this year. Tesla also shut down the factory in the last week of December, adding to fears that the business is coping with dwindling demand in the world’s largest car market. Tesla also had difficulty arranging transportation for finished automobiles in Q4.