Earlier this year, CNBC published a seemingly-damning report claiming that Tesla has experienced problems with Model 3 production because employees responsible for keeping an eye on quality control issues are inexperienced and "make sloppy calculations and don’t know when they’re looking at flaws." Consequently, the report alleged that Tesla has been putting faulty battery packs into production Model 3 units.
Tesla, predictably, came back with a scathing response that completely denied every claim CNBC managed to source from a range of current and former employees. Tesla's response essentially categorized the CNBC story as "absolutely inaccurate, contrary to all evidence, and detached from reality."
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Report claims 40% of Tesla’s Model 3 parts are so flawed they can’t be installed originally appeared on BGR.com on Wed, 14 Mar 2018 at 17:11:37 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.