US electric vehicle maker Tesla cut shipments in the second quarter by 18% from the previous three months to 254,695 units, according to a company press release.
Including deliveries of Model S and Model X amounted to 16,162 cars, Model 3 and Model Y - 238,533.
Negative factors were ongoing problems in global supply chains and the suspension of the company's operations in China due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Last quarter, Tesla produced 258.58 thousand vehicles. At the same time, the report notes that production in June reached a monthly maximum in the history of the company.
Tesla plans to release Q1 financials on July 20.
The automaker's share price has fallen 35.5% since the beginning of the year, while the Nasdaq Composite stock index has lost about 29%.