Tesla is catching up.
The electric car maker has been long struggling to keep up with car orders for its newest electric sedan, the Model 3, but this week it hit a major milestone: 100,000 of the cars produced.
That number came in after barely a year and a half after Tesla started producing the car. Its sedan Model S and SUV Model X didn’t come close to that type of production number in that amount of time.
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The achievement comes after a rough “production hell” year with Tesla missing its goals and hitting several roadblocks. Tesla overall pretty much caught up to Mercedes-Benz in third-quarter sales, according to MarketWatch. That’s 64,727 Teslas sold compared to 66,542 Mercedes vehicles. Tesla has its Model X and Model S, along with the more affordable Model 3. Read more…
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