"The reason that the burst-build target rate is 6,000 and not 5,000 per week in June is that we can not have a number with no margin for error across thousands of internally and externally produced parts and processes", Tesla CEO Elon Musk wrote in an internal email earlier this week, obtained by Electrek. We reached out to Tesla about the email, but a representative declined to comment on it.
Speaking of targets and production challenges, the news comes just two weeks after production figures for the first quarter of 2018 revealed Tesla had once again missed its Model 3 production goals. Last week, the company built 2,250 Model 3s, he said, along with 2,000 Model S and Model X electric cars.
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Musk said the halt of the production line at the Gigafactory and Fremont would let the company use this time to perform a "comprehensive set of upgrades" that will allow it to get to production rates of 3,000 to 4,000 per week in May. Tomorrow, it will stop work at Fremont, for three to five days.
Although it was "by far the most productive quarter" in the brand's history, the best week within that period saw 2020 Model 3s roll off the production line, short of its 2500 per-week goal.
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"This makes us more confident in Tesla's ability to ramp Model 3 production to a level that will satisfy investors", he wrote in a note to clients.
"Tesla's been trying to run full tilt", said Chaim Siegel, an analyst at Elazar Advisors, before Musk's letter was published. Tesla's general assembly, body, and paint teams will all add a third shift and require more people.
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Most US auto plants which are established automakers only operate with two eight hour shifts although a large cost of robots and other equipment are present in the auto assembly lines. Its price - more affordable - starting $ 35,000, prompted many people to pre-order the model, the company having assured that it would be able to produce 5,000 new cars each week. The company's CEO Elon Musk has acknowledged that excessive automation is partly to be blamed for the production bottlenecks.