Tesla's Got Junk in the Trunk

Mike Brown, reporter at Inverse, discusses Elon Musk's latest proclamation that demand for the Model 3 will reach 700,000 for the year, blowing past earlier estimates of 500,000. This week, Tesla also announced that it will pay for increased production through the issuing of junk bonds - a move that surprised many because it's the first time the company has issued high-risk debt securities. If the Model 3 can meet demand, it would become the best-selling electric car of all time.
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