Tesla reached an important target – but is still far off mark from impressing US giants

Several huge financiers remain critical of Tesla with Elon Musk as CEO.

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While it is true that Tesla has finally reached one of its production targets, apparently more is needed to impress analysts from both Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan, writes CNBC.

News that Tesla managed to produce 5,00 Model 3 units in one week left many under the impression that the company has overcome its challenges and was full steam ahead. But that is not yet the case, say analysts.

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