Tesla is aiming for a very ambitious goal that regards its initial production output. The Chinese news agency The Global Times informed that Tesla would produce around 17000 Made-in-China Model 3s by the end of 2019.
To start the mass production, Tesla needed a permit that was conceded by China on Wednesday. This significant amount of fresh Model 3s is a smart move for the electric car maker since just the final license is needed to proceed to sales.
The numbers Tesla wants to achieve received criticism because the company´s Freemont Factory is already operating at full capacity, and things could be a little different from the Gigafactory in the picture.
$tslaq doomed days, more exciting news about .@Tesla #Gigafactory are coming out 🚀— Chao Zhou 👽 (@realChaoZhou) November 13, 2019
Nearly 50 MIC #Model3 cars are parking outside of #GF3
Phase II giga roof is basically completed now
Giga Berlin has been announced! 🔥
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