Tesla facing extreme headwinds

Production of the Model 3 electric car has reached a standstill. The company is hemorrhaging money, laid-off employees are protesting, and a major investor claims that the Tesla share is highly overvalued.

They were supposed to be speeding off the assembly line, but the Tesla Model 3 cars are not exiting production at impressive rates at all.

Only a few of the promised Model 3 cars have reached customers, for one simple reason.

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