Tesla Model 3 Assembly Line Strategy Is Risky

Posted: Apr 24 2017, 1:24pm CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

 
Tesla Model 3 Assembly Line Strategy is Risky
  • Tesla brings about a Risky Move in making of upcoming Model 3

Tesla takes a risky step in the direction of producing Model 3

The CEO of Tesla, Elon Musk is known for his extravagant steps and sometimes for his risky moves as well. This time the company is going to speed up making the upcoming and already famous Model 3 by catering a few risks.

Most of the times the automakers go on for a production line up when they have a production prototype finalized. After that they use the prototypes tooling and machinery to start off the production.

Later on the parts are scrapped to make better and finally the new and more expensive units are used to make the cars. This gives the company some time to make sure that production is going well in the right direction. It also lets the automaker to correct any problems, if faced during the production of initial units. It also saves money of an automaker as well.

However according to Reuters, Tesla is skipping all these steps and plunging straight into purchasing the expensive production equipment. The company is getting to this step in order to fulfill the deadline of delivering of cars by this year.

This step can be risky than any other step as if by any chance any chance the company finds any problem in the finished product, they will have to change the whole equipment.

The company is insistent on buying permanent machinery instead of the temporary prototype one. By the looks of this kind of decision, it seems that Musk is pretty confident about his successful production start.

Though if any negative thing happens during the process, then Tesla will have to face a huge financial move. Only time will tell if this move was wise or not.

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