Tesla Motors again revised timeline for introduction of Tesla Model 3 into the mass production. In latest report they say, that they will gradually increase production throughout first two quarters of 2018.

Originaly they announced that by December2018 they would be producing 20.000 pieces of Model 3 per month, but until now they produced just 1.550 of them. Later in November, plans were revised to predict production of 5.000 cars per month by the end of first quarter of 2018, which also does not seem to happen.

So in the last prediction at Tesla Motors they claim, that by the end of first quarter of 2018 they will produce 2.500 cars per week and by summer production of Tesla Model 3 should reach 5.000 cars per week.

If before we dont happen to see another revision of plans.

Jan. 5, 2018 Driving photo: Tesla

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