The Palo Alto company said it earned 33 cents per share on an adjusted basis, far surpassing analyst expectations of 23 cents per share.
Revenue more than doubled to $615.2 million. Analysts polled by FactSet were anticipating $683.9 million.
Tesla said that the quarter’s sales were the highest in company history, with almost 6,900 of its Model S sedans delivered. The company said Wednesday that it expects to deliver more than 35,000 Model S in 2014, up 55 percent from 2013.
The company’s stock jumped 13 percent in after-hours trading following the announcement.
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