Volume Production of Tesla Model X to Begin in April 2015
Though the first Tesla Model X may still roll off the assembly line at Tesla Motors’ factory in Fremont, California in 2014, don’t expect to see volume production of the Model X until the start of the second quarter of 2015.
That’s the latest Model X production info from Tesla CEO Elon Musk, who says that, like with the Model S, Tesla will slowly ramp up production of the Model X.
So, look for April 2015 to be the start of volume production of the Model X, Tesla’s 3rd electric vehicle.
Tesla will certainly get a big sales bump when the Model X enters volume production, but it’ll also mark the first time in the automaker’s history that 2 different vehicles are rolling out of Fremont at the same time, so it’ll be interesting to see how Tesla deals with the added complexities of producing 2 vehicles simultaneously.
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