Tesla again delays Model 3 production target but says it's making 'major progress'

Production hell continues at Tesla.

The new Model 3, crucial to the company’s success, won’t hit full-scale production until the end of June, Tesla said Wednesday – nearly a year after the company began manufacturing the car in small numbers.

Throughout last year, Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk trumpeted a production level of 5,000 a week by December 2017. In November, he pushed that goal to the end of March 2018. Now that target won’t be hit until the end of June. The electric car maker said online Wednesday it expects to produce 2,500 a week by the end of March.

Read entire article at: LATimes.com