Tesla, owned by Elon Musk, appears to be getting away with operating like a typical automaker.

Another record-high quarter for deliveries was reported by the industry leader in electric vehicles,

In the second quarter, fewer than 466,000 EVs were delivered to customers.

However, the company manufactured about 480,00 vehicles during those three months.

 Tesla claims to have produced 440,000 vehicles and delivered slightly under 423,000 of them.

Another record-breaking quarter proves that price cuts and the traditional auto strategy are still working.

Despite its longtime strenuous efforts to do otherwise, Tesla has been acting more and more like the reputable automakers.

Between 14% and 28% less has been paid for Tesla's models.