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On Monday Tesla CEO Elon Musk sent out tweet saying that the Palo Alto, California-based company anticipates reaching production of 20,000 Model 3 cars per month in December.

In fact, it's two weeks ahead of schedule, meaning the Freemont factory will build the first production EV this Friday.

Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) will deliver the new Model 3 sedan to its first 30 customers on July 28, which just meets the promised July deadline set out by Musk.

Tesla's 2Q17 auto production was 25,708 units.

Tesla said it sold about 22,000 Model S and Model X vehicles in the second-quarter, up about 53% but short of the average estimate of 23,655 deliveries, according to four analysts surveyed by The Wall Street Journal.

SAN FRANCISCO-As promised, Tesla will begin delivering some of its mass-market Model 3 electric-powered sedans this month. Deliveries slowed from a record of 25,000 cars in the first quarter amid issues with the largest battery pack for Tesla's electric cars. Previously it has faced delays in getting vehicles to market. Following the completion of the transaction, the director now directly owns 166,640 shares of the company's stock, valued at $52,010,010.40. And unlike Musk's other exploits, which border on the fantastical, the Model 3 is already one of the most popular products Tesla has come up with. In 2016, Tesla produced about 85,000 vehicles.

Tesla plans on building 500,000 Model 3 vehicles in 2018 and is targeting one million by 2020, significantly higher than the roughly 100,000 units of all models it now produces.

The stock is up 18.48% in this year through last updated price. We project the two vehicles to sell around 110,000-120,000 units combined each year. "Instead, this time they talked about vehicles they were using for their loaner fleets and to sort of get out there to advertise the higher-end Model Xs". Tesla chief technology officer J.B. Straubel claimed, "We've really learned a lot of lessons", referring to the complicated production of Model X vehicle.

GM shares dipped 0.6 percent to $34.80, while Tesla slumped 6.0 percent to $307.45. That leaves many potential owners miles from a service center. Tesla also plans to double its global high-speed charging points to 10,000 by the end of this year and increase them by another 50 percent-100 percent in 2018. The specialist in electric vehicles, which now markets only two luxury models - the Sedan Model S and the SUV Model X, whose base price starts at about $ 80,000 - produced only 84,000 cars in 2016.

Amid all this, Tesla's competition is also heating up: Just yesterday, Volvo announced it's moving to electrify its entire lineup starting in 2019.

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