However, Ives stressed that the Twitter overhang on Tesla is exaggerated. Despite all these distractions, demand for the manufacturer's vehicles remains high, global production capacity is increasing, and Tesla will remain on track to deliver 2 million vehicles in 2022. Essentially, Tesla is on track to deliver between 430,000 and 450,000 units in the fourth quarter, and that should be a sign of confidence for Tesla bulls navigating the Twitter overweight situation, Ives said.
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