- Shares inch up after rising on record vehicle deliveries
- Musk warned of chip and materials shortages
- Tesla generates 99% of deliveries from Model 3, Model Y
- Deliveries of higher priced models fall
- Eyes are on Q2 earnings
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Earlier this month, Tesla said it delivered 139,300 vehicles in the third quarter, a quarterly record for the electric carmaker, yet some analysts questioned whether the company could hit its ambitious year-end target.
Tesla has defied the downward trend of the wider auto industry in 2020 and