Tesla hopes to produce 5,000 Model 3 vehicles per week in 2017
Tesla is getting ready for Model 3 Launch.
The Model 3 turn heads back on his mouth.
It would cost just $35,000.
It's the cheapest way to join the Elon musketeers.
In it's shareholder report, Tesla explained the Model 3 is in the release candidate stage.
Release candidate is usually a term used for software.
Which means the software is pretty close to finalize.
That would mean the Tesla Model 3 is almost ready.
Currently, Model 3 cars are being road tested.
The company says it estimates its production facilities could push out 5,000 Model 3 vehicles per week, quote, "at some point in 2017", end quote.
Tesla also says it's on track to produce 10,000 Model 3 vehicle per week Quote at some point in 2018 end quote.
The company states it's working with all Model 3 suppliers to make sure they're ready before production starts.
Tesla will add nearly 100 retail, delivery, and service locations around the world.
The Tesla Model 3 still has no firm release date.
For more information, check out CNET.com.
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