Tesla falls short of Model 3 production target of 6,000 units per week, but still on course to meet Q3 goal

Tesla falls short of Model 3 production target of 6,000 units per week, but still on course to meet Q3 goal

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Tesla’s production of the Model 3 is a hotly debated topic among electric vehicle enthusiasts and investors alike. The company has been pushing to produce 6,000 units per week by the end of August, but Electrek has learned that the automaker missed this goal. While missing the target is not ideal, it seems that Tesla is on track to meet its overall production goal for the third quarter.

According to a reliable source cited by Electrek, Tesla produced about 6,400 vehicles during the last week of August, with about 4,300 being Model 3 cars. On the flip side, the same source revealed that Tesla produced 53,000 vehicles, including over 34,700 Model 3 vehicles in the third quarter so far. This production beats the total for the previous quarter, giving Tesla a good indication of meeting their quarterly goal.

However, missing their weekly target could mean that there were some production issues that need to be addressed. Reports of delayed deliveries for the Model 3 could be linked to these issues, and it remains to be seen what they are. Tesla has a sound reputation for producing high-quality electric vehicles, but profitability is the key to sustainability. Therefore, reaching their production goals is critical for the company.

Despite missing their weekly target, Tesla is still producing electric vehicles at an incredible rate. Whether or not the company can sustain this level of production, while improving the quality of their vehicles and meeting profitability targets, remains to be seen. Nevertheless, the progress made so far is something to celebrate, as Tesla has produced the same amount of vehicles as the entire last quarter, with a month left to go in the third quarter.

As a journalist who specializes in electric vehicles, it is important that we look at the facts and not get caught up in the hype. Tesla’s production goals are ambitious, but the company needs to ensure that they can meet these targets if they want to remain viable in the long term. We will keep a close eye on Tesla’s progress over the next month and hope that the company can achieve their production goals while also focusing on quality and profitability.

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