Tesla falls short on promised car deliveries for the year



Tesla has ultimately failed to roll out the number of cars it had repeatedly projected it would in 2016.

The electric automaker said Tuesday that it delivered just 76,230 of its Model S and Model X vehicles in the last year, undershooting its promised 80,000 to 90,000.

The company blamed the shortfall on production challenges related to an upgrade of its in-car Autopilot system — a set of sensors, radars and cameras designed to help guide drivers with partial automation. The problem lasted from October until early December. Read more…

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