Rivian Automotive Inc. shares surged to their highest one-day gain for eight months on Monday after the electric car maker announced that second-quarter deliveries nearly tripled and production data more than tripled compared to a year earlier.

The data follows other EV manufacturers, including Tesla Inc. Nio Inc , TSLA +6.66%. NIO, +1.64%, reported strong deliveries data.

Rivian’s stock RIVN, +11.6% rose by 15.7% during morning trading to reach its highest closing since February 28. It was also on track for its best day ever since it soared 17.4% in 2022. The stock has risen 43.4% during a five session winning streak.

The Irvine, Calif. based company reported that it delivered 12,640 cars in the quarter ending June 30. This is up by 183.0% compared to the 4,467 delivered during the same period last year.

The company produced 13,992 electric vehicles in the last quarter, a 217.9% increase from 4,401 EVs produced last year.

Rivian stated that “these figures are in line with expectations and the company believes it will be able to meet the previous production guidance of 50,000 units per year.”

In morning trading, shares of Amazon.com Inc. amzn, +0.19% ,, which owned 158.4 millions shares or 17.0% on March 31, gained 0.5%. Ford Motor Co. F, +0.79% ,, which owns 10.5 millions Rivian shares or 1.15%, increased 1.7% in morning trading.

This data is coming after EV giant Tesla TSLA +6.66% announced that second quarter deliveries had risen to a new record and were well above expectations. China’s EV manufacturers including Nio, XPeng Inc. XPEV +2.98% also reported significant month-over-month increases.