Tesla Motors said it would be “extremely difficult” to meet demand for the Model S in the United States and Europe as a result of a “space jam” affecting the company’s vehicles.
Tesla’s Model S is one of several vehicles on the market that have been affected by the jam.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk told reporters Wednesday that demand has not yet recovered and that Tesla is still working on fixing the problem.
Musk also told reporters that the company will not be releasing more vehicles until it’s sure that the problem has been fixed.
The company has been working with suppliers and dealers to fix the jam, Tesla said.
Tesla said the problem affects a small number of vehicles, and it is not expected to impact any of the company�s more than 3 million Model S cars.
Musk said that although the problem is not affecting the Model X SUV, he will be releasing a more limited number of Model X cars in the coming days.
The Model X is the most popular of the Tesla Model 3 and Model 3.
Model 3 deliveries will peak on Nov. 30, and Tesla expects Model 3 sales to peak by mid-November.
Tesla expects to sell over 20,000 Model 3 vehicles this year.
Tesla has had a number of issues in recent months, including a fire at a factory that was producing the Model 3, a crash at a Nevada battery plant that caused an explosion and a series of recalls.
Musk has said the company would be working with Tesla’s suppliers and its dealers to address any problems that occur with the Model Y. The company said in a statement that the Model 5, the most recent production model of the Model M, is also being manufactured at a plant in the Czech Republic that has been hit by the space jam.
A Tesla spokesperson said the Model 6, the latest production model, will also be manufactured in the U.S. from Nov. 1 through Dec. 11, at the battery plant in Maranello, Italy.
While Musk says he will release more Model X vehicles in the near future, Tesla will not have a direct relationship with its suppliers, the company said.