Elon Musk's Tesla appears to be getting by with conducting business as usual.

The market leader in electric vehicles revealed yet another record-high quarter for deliveries.

Less than 466,000 EVs were delivered to customers during the second quarter.

However, over those three months, the company produced roughly 480,00 vehicles.

 Tesla claims to have built and delivered slightly fewer than 423,000 of its 440,000 automobiles.

Price reductions and the conventional vehicle strategy are still effective, as seen by another record-breaking quarter.

Tesla has been acting more and more like the reputable automakers despite its long-standing, valiant attempts to do otherwise.

For Tesla's models, prices have been reduced by 14% to 28%.