This Is How Tesla Model 3 Is Assembled by Putting More Than 10,000 Parts Together
The Tesla Model 3 is one of the hottest cars on the market. Simply put, it's stunning.
Built in the company's California-based Fremont factory, the Model 3 is immaculate. Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) makes 5,000 of these each week in its factory, utilizing a state-of-the-art assembly line to do so.
Take a look at how Tesla puts more than 10,000 parts together in order to create the Model 3.
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Tesla starts selling the Model 3 at $46,000.
As 2019 is officially underway, the organization is trying to boost its profits. The company's stock has stabilized around $330 over the past six months. But it had to overcome a major decline in October after CEO Elon Musk had some personal issues.
The long range Tesla Model 3 starts at $49,000, with the Long Range AWD selling at $53,000.
Just three months ago, Tesla announced it would drive the Model 3 straight to people's homes. Musk even tested the system himself to make sure it's as efficient as possible.
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