The Tesla Model 3 is the company’s biggest vehicle to date and a major step toward mass production.
However, the company faces several challenges in getting its mass production up and running, including a long supply chain that can be a problem for Tesla.
Tesla is looking for ways to increase the supply chain of the Model 3, a vehicle that is expected to be sold in more than 1 million vehicles globally.
Tesla has already received orders for the Model S sedan, a model that was introduced in 2017, as well as for the Tesla Model X SUV.
Tesla is currently selling the Model X in the U.S. for $57,500.
But the company is hoping to expand the Model line by adding a few new vehicles to its lineup, which could help its business in the short term.
Tesla wants to build a supply chain for its new Model 3 by bringing together the existing supply chain and building on the Model 2 line.
The company’s Model 3 assembly plant currently employs more than 5,000 people.
The new Model line will likely start with a few hundred cars, the Wall Street Journal reported.
The Wall Street Times reported that Tesla has already started work on a new production facility in California, but that it would need the money to do so.
Tesla will also be adding assembly lines to other parts of its product lineup, such as the Autopilot system.
That system uses sensors on the car to keep the vehicle from hitting a roadblock and will be used on the upcoming Model X.
Tesla’s new line of cars is expected have a range of 200 miles on a single charge, which is more than a quarter mile shorter than the current range of 220 miles.
The new Model S will come with a 200-mile range, and a 300-mile vehicle will have a 400-mile model range.
Tesla said the new Model lineup would be the first in its lineup that could go 100 percent electric.
The automaker is planning to release the first fully electric Model S car in 2021, and Tesla will be releasing the first electric Model X car in 2019.
Tesla also plans to introduce a self-driving version of its Model S and Model X vehicles in 2021.