As has been reported on this forum, Tesla are hiring what looks like a full new shift: http://www.teslamotorsclub.com/showthread.php/17598-2Q-2013-Model-S-Deliveries-Potential-Surprise/page8?p=361317&viewfull=1#post361317 What they have previously guided is that they will keep the current production volume of approx. 400/week while trying to get all the work to fit within one shift (currently there is overtime or double shifts on some of the tasks). Furthermore, they have said that they will exit 2013 with a run rate of maybe 24k cars per year, which would imply adding one shift in December. Are they going to start up the second shift earlier? Does this mean that production volumes will double starting in July? (Or August). Will they deliver 27k cars this year then? What will this do to 25% GM in Q4? And what does all of this portend for the share price?