- The company was supposed to be producing 2,400 vehicles per week in Q4 and is reportedly making factory improvements over time. Even at that level, on a shortened 12-week quarter (normally a quarter is 13 weeks), Tesla should have produced almost 29,000 vehicles. With production coming in nowhere near that figure, this proves that Tesla's demand is not as high as it could be. If Model S/X demand was really strong, Tesla should be producing well over 30,000 vehicles a quarter given past management statements.
Perhaps it's because people are anticipating the 3. But I honestly have no clue how this stuff works. Someone please help me understand.