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Tesla made 5,300 Model 3s during the last week of Q3 — but it said it would make 6,000 weekly by the end of August

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Tesla made 5,300 Model 3 sedans during the final week of the third quarter, less than the weekly goal of 6,000 it had set for the end of August.

Tesla made 5,300 Model 3 sedans during the final week of the third quarter, less than the weekly goal of 6,000 it had set for the end of August.

The automaker did manage to meet its guidance for total Model 3 production, making 53,239 after projecting it would make between 50,000 and 55,000, resulting in an average production rate of around 4,095 Model 3s per week.

Tesla said in July that it expected to make 6,000 Model 3s in a week by the end of August.

The automaker did not say if it had achieved that rate of production at any point during the third quarter.

After hitting a long-delayed goal of making 5,000 Model 3s in one week at the end of June, Tesla said in July that it expected to make 6,000 Model 3s in a week by the end of August.

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