I was thinking about how Tesla is getting blasted on their M3 production ramp and how their producing +-2700 cars per week seems minimal for a mass production vehicle, but what about the Bolt? The bolt has sold +-28,000 units in the 1.5 years it's been on the market and the M3 +-18,000 in the last what, 5 months? I understand that Chevy has been around for some time now, but given Tesla's age, they're doing pretty darn good. Yes, Chevy beat Tesla to an "affordable" option but I don't get the whole production talk. Tesla is/should be easily surpassing Chevy in production numbers, correct? I'm I making sense here? It just sucks that Tesla is getting all this negative publicity over production when it seems that they're easily beating competitors. Correct me if I'm wrong. This has been bugging me these past few days. I'd love to hear your thoughts.