(Bloomberg) -- Tesla said it has overcome the battery bottleneck that botched its earlier Model 3 production goals. It sounds like it still hasn’t installed the automated line coming from Germany -- which is supposed to lower manufacturing costs. Even without that, it says it can get to 5,000 units a week in about two months.
But CEO Elon Musk offers a big caveat: "Although our prior experience has demonstrated the difficulty of accurately forecasting specific production rates at specific points in time because of the exponential nature of the ramp."
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