At this point, most people think that Tesla won’t be able to fulfill their production promise but according to Tesla, they are still on track.
Earlier reports suggest that Tesla might be having some issues with their production. According to CNBC, Tesla employee are resorting to assembling the batteries by hand and that they have even borrowed employees from Panasonic to help finish the task. The report also added that the quality control personnel might not be experience enough which could lead to issues in the future.
Tesla later stepped out to deny it saying that everything is still on track. But of course, seeing as Tesla has already delayed their production target for the second time, we can see why the customers are a little skeptical about Tesla right now.
At this point, Tesla aims to make 2500 models of the Model 3 a week and hope to reach 5000 units per week by the end of the second quarter.