The introduction of Tesla’s new Model S 60 coincided with the company achieving its production rate of 2,000 vehicles per week. It looks like the automaker has mostly worked through its production problems with the Model X, which means that for probably the first time, Tesla is not production constrained anymore and this is evidenced by the fact that the automaker is now trying to convince Model 3 reservation holders to buy the new lower price Model S instead. expand full story