Tesla shares plunged after the company announced a large recall and revealed more details about a fatal Model X crash last month.
The company on Thursday announced a voluntary recall of 123,000 Model S vehicles because of an issue with a power steering component.
Tesla then revealed on Friday that the Model X vehicle involved in a fatal crash last month had its Autopilot system activated.
The National Transportation Safety Board, the government agency investigating the crash, said on Sunday it was "unhappy" that Tesla made public information about the incident.
Tesla shares fell 5.1 percent Monday. Jalopnik reported on an internal email by CEO Elon Musk, which said the company passed the 2,000 vehicles manufactured per week rate for the Model 3.
Tesla said in its fourth-quarter letter to investors that it will produce 2,500 Model 3 cars per week by the end of its first-quarter.