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Tesla says it hit Model 3 production goal with 31 cars to spare

It also spells out quarterly total, reservations held — and its next goal

It also spells out quarterly total, reservations held — and its next goal

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Tesla Model 3 production falling short of goal, workers say

They provide numbers, say paint shop overwhelmed, tent line ‘makeshift’

They provide numbers, say paint shop overwhelmed, tent line 'makeshift.'

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Tesla drops price on Model 3 Performance and Dual Motor

Tesla opening orders to all reservation holders soon

Tesla is opening orders to all reservation holders soon.

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Elon Musk: Tesla Model 3 dual-motor ordering opens next week

Production for all-wheel-drive sedans begins in July

In a sign that Tesla's Model 3 production continues to improve, CEO Elon Musk tweeted that the company will enable ordering of dual-motor versions of the sedan at the end of next week. Customers waiting for a Model 3 in performance or all-wheel-drive trim can find out how much the options will cost and put orders in with production scheduled to start in July, consistent with Musk's statement last month.

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Tesla Model 3 production to run 24 hours, trying to overshoot June goal

Aiming for 6,000 cars a week when 5,000 is the target

Tesla will attempt to ramp up production to 6,000 Model 3 cars per week by the end of June to reach its weekly goal of 5,000 and allow for a margin of error, Electrek reported, citing a letter to employees from Chief Executive Elon Musk.

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Tesla reports official Model 3 numbers, says no need to raise capital

It targets 5,000 Model 3s per week in three months

Tesla quashed any speculation it might need to raise more capital this year on Tuesday, driving the company's battered shares higher as it announced it built 2,020 of its Model 3 sedans in the last seven days of March.

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Tesla Model 3 reportedly misses target as Musk takes charge of production

"I'm back to sleeping at factory. Car biz is hell …"

Tesla will reportedly fall short of its 2,500-per-week target for production of the crucial Model 3 sedan when it reports its numbers this week, but the news isn't entirely bad.

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Tesla stock recovers a bit as company pushes to hit Model 3 target

But shares are still down 12 percent, company's worst week in 9 months

Tesla shares rose on Thursday ahead of the expected release next week of the company's quarterly auto production data, while a senior executive urged workers at the automaker to hit a weekly production target of 2,500 Model 3 sedans by the end of March.

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Tesla Model 3 production ‘going to be worse before it gets better’

Internal memo urges workers to ‘prove a bunch of haters wrong’

Gene Munster, an analyst from Loup Ventures, said on Bloomberg that Tesla is "probably going to miss" its Model 3 production targets this quarter, but that the news won't be a surprise to investors. "It's going to be worse before it gets better," he said. Munster told Bloomberg that he predicts that Tesla will be able to churn out between 1,500 and 2,000 Model 3s per week, falling far short of the company's goal of 2,500 per week.