Why Tesla Model 3 Production Is Harder Than Tesla Had Planned

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Over the past eight months or so, Tesla has been ramping up production of its Model 3 electric car. Currently, just over two thousand cars are coming off its Fremont production line, a major improvement on the number of cars being produced per week at the start of the year.

However, Model 3 production volume is still below what Tesla CEO Elon Musk had originally hoped it would be by now. The reason? Tesla tried to use too many robots in its production line, and made the Model 3 a little too complex. Yet, as Musk detailed in an interview with Gale King from CBS’s Good Mornin (https://www.cbs.com/shows/cbs_this_morning/video/FMN4XL5kYziyfOOgz_QcKARo7NWm0Gsf/tesla-ceo-elon-musk-offers-rare-look-inside-model-3-factory/) last week, he’s is willing to learn from the experience and believes Tesla is heading out of “Production Hell”

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