Elon Musk's High Dosage Of Sincerity Description: Don't Buy A Tesla During Production

Elon Musk's High Dosage Of Sincerity Description: Don't Buy A Tesla During Production

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk made a new statement about Tesla Model Cars, which have received intense criticism recently in an interview. The famous billionaire noted that when production volume is increased, there are some problems with quality, people should buy Tesla not during production, but at the beginning of production or when success is achieved steadily.

The introduction of the Tesla Model 3 into production, especially in 2020, led to heavy criticism of the electric car. Hundreds of Model 3 owners have voiced complaints about the car's paint, and industry analyst Sandy Munro, famous for his car criticism, said he couldn't believe such a car had been released.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has given a new interview to Munro, who has recently been sharply critical of the car. Acknowledging all the criticism and stating that the errors in the Model 3 will be fixed, Musk explained that Tesla should be taken when production is consistently successful.

“When the volume of production increases, it becomes difficult to do everything properly”

The Tesla Model 3 and Model Y began to be produced in high volume, which prevented detailed examination of each vehicle. Speeding up the production line is an extremely difficult process, Musk said, adding that they can't control everything well, and therefore there are multiple problems with the cars.

Musk admitted that the biggest problem experienced was the paint problem, because they started doing different processes without letting the paint dry, they had an incredible problem with the quality of the paint.

During the interview, Munro asked Musk when he should buy a Tesla. Musk's response was: "get a new Tesla either at the very beginning of production, or when everything falls into place. Because when we increase the volume of production, it becomes very difficult to do everything properly.”

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