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Tesla has production issues, stuck with 10,000 cars

According to sector media Electrek, the vehicles lack a smaller component, preventing them from being delivered to customers.

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Electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla is reportedly facing a logistical headache upon having to keep more than 10,000 cars at its Fremont factory, reports sector media Electrek, citing anonymous sources.

According to the media, the vehicles lack a smaller component, preventing them from being delivered to customers. The repairs are said to be relatively easy, though, which is why Tesla will keep producing the vehicles, as the problem will not necessarily be fixed at the factory.

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