Palo Also, California - Tesla chief Elon Musk on Thursday urged workers to make helping with the "biggest wave" of deliveries in the electric carmaker's history their top priority, Business Insider reported.
The news website posted a copy of an internal e-mail from Musk rallying Tesla troops to pitch in with "a massive wave of deliveries" throughout Europe, China and North America.
"This is the biggest wave in Tesla's history," the email read. "For the last ten days of the quarter, please consider your primary priority to be helping with vehicle deliveries. This applies to everyone."
The firm is experiencing the kind of tremendous increase in delivery demand seen in North America last year in Europe and China, according to the email, which added the situation was exacerbated by component supplier shortages in Europe.
Musk was reportedly seeking volunteers to drive Tesla cars to destinations such as shipping points, but said he did not expect the delivery crunch to recur in future quarters.