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Tesla ships 1,000 cars per day in N. America – report

Tesla Inc. reached an all-time high in deliveries in an effort to help customers avoid the drop in federal tax credit by a half at the beginning of July, Electrek wrote on Friday without revealing where it got the information. The maker of electric vehicles apparently has been sending one thousand units per day this month to buyers compared to its reported aim to reach between 33,000 and 36,000 shipments and achieve a record quarter.

The automotive giant led by founder and chief executive Elon Musk is said to have prepared incentives for workers to boost motivation. The specialized publication learned a batch of "last-minute deliveries" are planned and added Tesla is on track toward the goal. The federal tax credit scheme expires at the end of the year. The last sales peak was reached in the fourth quarter with 90,700 cars.

The struggling company's shares were 0.44% in the green at 1:39 pm ET, selling for $214.85. It lost 35.44% this year while the benchmark Nasdaq 100 index is up 18.13% for the same period.

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