According to a Tesla company email obtained by Electrek, the Tesla Model 3 production is now approaching 4000 cars a week.
The email specifically said: “All parts of the Model 3 production system are now above 500 and some are almost at 700 cars already.”
So current production is definitely over 3500 cars a week since all parts of the production system are above 500 a day.
That means they’re very close to reaching 4000, and then subsequently 4900 once all components hit 700 a day. This is likely to happen in July, but Tesla may be able to push it up to the end of June.
700 a day would give them an annual (52 weeks) production capacity of a little over 250,000 Model 3 units. Musk and his team are currently addressing all existing bottlenecks that are preventing all parts of the system from, consistently hitting 700 a day.
That seems to be the current goal.
Final week of March 2018: Tesla produced 2,020 Model 3 vehicles
“It’s getting very exciting! All parts of the Model 3 production system are now above 500 and some are almost at 700 cars already. Congratulations to all on making so much progress!” – Elon’s email to employees, June 15, 2018 (via CNBC)
500*7= 3,500 ————-> Tesla is here <———-700*7= 4,900