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‘We were huge idiots and didn’t know what we were doing’: Elon Musk blames Tesla’s Model 3 production issues on being ‘n…

“But the company struggled to increase automation and production capacity at the same time after launching its Model 3 sedan” writes Mark Matousek for businessinsider.sg. Musk had hoped to make vehicle production faster and less expensive by significantly increasing the amount of automation Tesla used in its factories.In May 2016, Musk estimated that the company would make 100,000 to 200,000 Model 3s during the second half of 2017.
 
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