Now that Tesla is finally starting to produce large numbers of Model 3s, more people are getting involved in the estimation process.

There's been so much talk as of late about whether or not Tesla would intentionally change/divert production and deliveries so that people will be able to partake in the federal EV tax credit for an additional quarter. As far as we're concerned here at InsideEVs, this is not likely to happen for a plethora of reasons (but let's save that for another article). However, for all the reservation-holders' sakes, we hope we're wrong.

Related: Tesla To Sell 200,000th EV In U.S. In 2018, Tax Credit Phase Out Follows

Tesla Model 3 teslanomics estimator
At this point, and since the first 30 Tesla Model 3s were delivered at the handover event on July 28, 2017, all have been sold in the U.S. That has made it pretty easy to track deliveries thus far, but until each quarter comes to an end, we have been really in the dark concerning production.

Now, after Tesla's Q1 sales report, everyone seems to have a firmer grasp on the Model 3 production situation, at least as it stands currently.

But, what about the near future? What about well into the future? Ben's new interactive tool aims to help answer these questions. Follow the link at the bottom of the page to check it out.

Video Description via Teslanomics by Ben Sullins on YouTube:

This new tool I built lets you estimate the Tesla Model 3 Production ramp. This tool is for entertainment purposes only, please consult a financial advisor before making any stock purchasing decisions.

You can also check out Ben's most recent full broadcast below:

Keep the conversation going on our Forum. Start a new thread about this article and make your point heard.

Source: Teslanomics