Tesla screw production but produces fewer cars than expected




esla has produced 18,345 cars in the second quarter of this year. Although that twenty percent more than in the first quarter, have been made fewer cars than was expected by the manufacturer itself. In the second half of 2016 Tesla will build another 50,000 cars.

Tesla has figures on the production of the past quarter Sunday published . According to the manufacturer, the production runs in rapid succession and there are now produced just under 2,000 cars per week. Thus, found almost half of the quarter production site in the last four weeks.

Of the 18,345 cars produced Tesla has 14 370 deliver in the quarter. These 9745 copies of the Model S and 4625 units of the Model X. The number of cars delivered is less than expected; previously predicted supply manufacturer in the quarter 17,000 cars.

According Tesla is the cause of the failure of the bearing supply 5150 that there are cars in transit to the customer. The buyers of these Tesla can expect their cars at the beginning of the third quarter.

Tesla says that production in the third quarter will run to 2200 cars per week. In the fourth quarter, that must have 2400 cars per week. The automaker expects the second half of the year to deliver a total of 50,000 cars, about as many as in all of 2015. Presumably, that is not enough to meet the 80,000 to 90,000 deliveries over the year, which were previously predicted .

Tesla’s goal is to produce 500,000 cars per year from 2018. This will include, in particular copies of the affordable Model 3, of which 400,000 are already pre-order . Tesla has not yet started production of the Model 3, which are from the end of 2017 road must find customers.

Tesla presents itself as an innovative car maker and the company rests models include forward drive with a semi-autonomous system Autopilot. This system is investigated by US authorities after a fatal accident.


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