In a fascinating series of interviews televised throughout the week, Elon Musk talked Tesla with Gayle King on CBS This Morning. The focus was, of course, on Tesla's production progress at the company's Fremont factory for the hotly-anticipated Model 3. While Musk acknowledged that Tesla has fallen behind, he remained confident that the factory would be able to ramp production more effectively moving forward.
That said, Musk acknowledged that delays were inevitable. He forecasted, "It's gonna be six to nine months longer than expected. It's a six-to-nine-month time shift, that's literally it, and three of those months have already passed." However, he promised, "There shouldn't be a question mark as to whether somebody's gonna get their car… you'll definitely get your car."