Just did some back of the napkin calculation.
If they are producing 7,000 Teslas a Month at Fremont, that means they are dealing with about 120,400 Tire/Wheel assemblies a Month!
Believe Fremont gets their tires and wheels already assembled with tire pressure monitors, valve stems, inflated and balanced from their suppliers.
That means, if you figure full run time and 4.3 weeks a month average that they are dealing with a tremendous amount of these to mount on the cars.
This clarifies to me just how much work it takes to produce all the cars they make every month.
A tremendous amount of work will keep all the employees and robots working hard to fill the demand for their vehicles.
Just getting all those trucks unloaded and the wheels transported to the final assembly area must be a logistical accomplishment and entail many hours of work.
Can't imagine the total amount of parts it will take as they begin the process with bare rolls of aluminum and steel, with the cars being created and out the delivery bays in just a couple days from the raw parts.
What Tesla is accomplishing is beyond a miracle.