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Tesla's biggest problem might not be finding customers for its forthcoming $35,000 Model 3 electric sedan but figuring out how to actually build enough to meet the demand.

CEO Elon Musk has set a goal to produce 500,000 cars a year between 2018 and 2020. That's going to require expanding Tesla's production facilities, which will require a lot of money. As a Bloomberg headline put it last week: "Tesla needs billions to meet Musk's ludicrous assembly timeline."

Now we know where those billions are going to come from. Bloomberg is reporting that Tesla will sell $2 billion in new shares to the public as a way of raising extra capital. This extra cash comes on top of billions the company has raised already. And that makes Tesla a real outlier in Silicon Valley. For all the breathless coverage of Silicon Valley's allegedtech bubble, the really striking thing about most Silicon Valley startups is how little cash it takes to get them off the ground.

Fortunately, there's lots of money available to invest in fast-growing, capital-hungry companies like Tesla. The problem for investors and the US economy is that there don't seem to be nearly enough Teslas to go around.

It didn't take much money to build big Silicon Valley companies

To see how unusual Tesla is here, it's helpful to compare it to Google.

Today, Google is one of the world's most valuable companies, with a market value of almost $500 billion. Yet building the company was comparatively cheap. It raised just $26 million in outside investments prior to its 2004 initial public offering. Google has raised $1.6 billion in its IPO — money that helped fund further expansion. But the company could have gotten along perfectly well without the money, as it had already generated $106 million in profits in 2003 and its search ad revenue was growing rapidly.

Newer startups have been somewhat more aggressive about fundraising. Uber is theindustry's fundraising champion, with $10 billion raised over the past seven years. Airbnb has raised $2.4 billion.

 
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