Elon Musk tweets pic of first dual-motor Model 3
Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweets a picture of the company's first dual-motor Model 3.
"Amazing work by Tesla team. Built entire new general assembly line in 3 weeks w minimal resources. Love u guys so much! Pic of 1st Model 3 dual motor performance coming off the line..."
Meanwhile, CNBC reports (citing an internal email sent Friday) that Musk has called for “radical improvements” in the manufacturing of Model 3s in the next two weeks. Says the company needs “to achieve sustained, 700+ per week on the body line,” and adds he will be at the Fremont factory “almost 24/7 for the next several days checking in with those groups to make sure they have as many resources as they can handle.
Says "radical improvements are still needed in paint shop output, GA3, bringing up the new GA4, End of Line and Module Zone 4 at Giga.”
Multi month subsequent to uncovering the new double engine and double engine execution adaptations of the Model 3, Elon Musk affirmed that the main Tesla Model 3 Dual Motor Performance moved off the organization's new mechanical production system in Fremont today.
Prior today, we gave an account of an email Musk sent to representatives about the present push to build Model 3 creation to 5,000 units for every week.
While they are as yet chipping away at expanding creation, Musk has now affirmed that the line is up and running as it just delivered the "main Model 3 double engine execution."
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