Submitted by David N on Wed, 2018-10-10 07:35
If I remember correctly, 10,000 production per week was the goal of Model 3. This volume would allow the base $35,000 to be profitable. At 5,000 a week it is not profitable.
I’m not a assembly line expert, my question is for those that may have some expertise in that field, is the 10,000 per week a reasonable attainable goal assuming all the ducks are in a row, meaning no parts supplier issues, battery pack production can keep up, employees are available to work etc....
Or maybe a better question would be can the GF supply the 10,000 per week needed battery packs?
If I read correctly one of the early roadblocks to increasing production was the GF had some production issues.
From a simple production viewpoint, battery or cars, is 10,000 a week a reasonable attainable goal?