Supply chain disruptions and battery cell manufacturing challenges are making it hard for Tesla (TSLA) to ramp up production at its gigantic factories. Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Elon Musk is on record admitting they are unable to increase output due to the persistent headwinds. Likewise, according to the Wall Street Journal, the electric vehicle (EV) giant is on course to post its first quarter-over-quarter decline in deliveries in more than two years due to production challenges. Lower Q2 Deliveries Analysts expect Tesla to deliver 273,000 vehicles in the second quarter, down from the 310,000 delivered in the year's first three months.
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