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Tesla Model 3 vehicles are loaded onto a truck for transport at the company's manufacturing facility in Fremont, California, on Wednesday, June 20, 2018. 

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Tesla Model 3 vehicles are loaded onto a truck for transport at the company's manufacturing facility in Fremont, California, on Wednesday, June 20, 2018. 

Tesla has achieved a Model 3 production rate of 1,000 cars per day, according to electric vehicle blog Electrek.

All the versions Tesla has been offering since it began delivering the first Model 3s in July 2017 have higher prices. Musk has said the company needs to sell premium versions of the car in the short term, or Tesla will “die.”

Read the full story at Electrek

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