Could someone more familiar with auto production explain why is this so difficult for Tesla to reach even the 6,000 x52weeks = 312,000 of model 3s per year, while other automakers seam to have no problem with producing in larger volume? Is it not enough employees. considering Teslas's latest move to hire more? Not enough plant capacity or square footage? All of the above and then some? Ford F-series trucks are approaching the 1 million per year in sales (see figures for the past years) - there is little sight in the tunnel as our fellow rednecks "ain't buying it" and prefer to stick with greasy mobiles while supporting the unstable oil rich regimes.