On Tuesday, Tesla Motors said that its fourth-quarter deliveries fell around 9.4 percent due to short-term production obstacles from the transition to a new autopilot hardware. The company added in a statement that deliveries fell to 22,200 vehicles in the fourth quarter from 24,500 vehicles in the preceding quarter. A spokesman for Tesla went on to add that production challenges, which started at the end of October and lasted through early December, shifted vehicle production toward the end of the quarter, resulting in delayed deliveries. The spokesman then added, "Tesla tried to recover these deliveries and expedite others by the end of the quarter, time ran out before we could deliver all customer cars."
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