Earlier this month, Tesla said its Model 3 production target remains on track, expecting about 5,000 per week in about two months. Musk said on Tuesday if anyone knew of any specific bottlenecks that would prevent the carmaker from achieving that production rate, they should come to him this week, according to the report, citing an email from Musk to employees. Tesla did not respond immediately to a request for comment.
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