New Tesla vehicles are now rolling out across the US and Europe, as the automaker continues to battle a recall from US authorities.
On Friday, the company posted a statement on its website in which it said it has received the first of the two large recalls, which have since been cleared for sale.
The second, an older recall, was cleared for sales in August but Tesla has yet to say if it will begin selling its new vehicles.
The second recall has not affected Tesla’s global sales, and the company said it expects it to be “available for sale in the US market in the next few weeks”.
It’s also not the first time that the company has had to issue a statement to reassure consumers.
Last week, Tesla announced it would stop selling the Model S, Model X, and Model 3 due to a recall in China, but it has yet announced any plans to restart those vehicles.
Tesla also announced in December that it would sell all of its remaining electric vehicles globally by the end of 2019.
The company did not say when the vehicles would be phased out.
Despite all the uncertainty around the recall, Tesla has maintained a steady pace of sales.
On Friday, it said the company sold 5.5 million Model S vehicles in the second quarter.
The following week, it sold 7.5 m Model S cars.
The company’s quarterly profit is up 5.6% to $2.6 billion.
But even though the second recall was cleared by regulators, it has not stopped the automakers sales.
Tesla sold a record 9.3 million Model X sedans during the quarter, the largest number of any automaker during that period.
Tesla also announced that it plans to launch an all-electric sedan in 2019, but there is no firm timeline for that.
While Tesla continues to sell its vehicles in a timely fashion, the second recalls have led to some confusion about the company’s future.
A new Model S vehicle is seen on the ramp at Tesla’s Fremont, California factory in December.
“We don’t have any indication of when they will be released,” Tesla said in its statement.
Last week, the California Department of Motor Vehicles issued a recall for some Model S sedans in the Los Angeles area, where the vehicles are made.
The recall affects about 15,000 vehicles.
However, it was not clear whether the company would start selling the cars in the LA area, as some reports suggest.
In August, the government in California sent out an alert about the recall and ordered Tesla to send a letter to the owners of the vehicles in California who had registered them with the agency.
It was unclear how many owners of Model S were affected.