Elon Musk sent a companywide email to Tesla Inc. employees responding to a Goldman Sachs analyst\u2019s prediction that the carmaker will miss estimates with its crucial Model 3 sedan this quarter. \u201cThey are in for a rude awakening :)\u201d the chief executive officer wrote in the email\u00a0Tuesday. He shared a link to a CNBC story that reported Goldman expected the company to deliver 22,000 Model 3s in the three months ending in June, short of what analyst David Tamberrino said was a consensus of 28,000. Bloomberg News obtained a copy of Musk\u2019s email and confirmed an employee at Tesla received it. Representatives for the company declined to comment. Goldman spokeswoman Leslie Shribman also declined to comment. With less than a week to go in the quarter, Tesla is under enormous pressure to prove to investors that it can achieve and sustain higher levels of production. Musk, 46, told investors during Tesla\u2019s June 5 annual shareholder meeting that the company was \u201cquite likely\u201d to achieve its target to build 5,000 of the sedans a week by the end of this month. Bloomberg\u2019s Model 3 Tracker is currently estimating quarterly production of just over 27,000 units, though that\u2019s subject to change as more data on Tesla\u2019s end-of-quarter push comes in. Tesla rose 1.7 per cent to $347.84 at\u00a012:16 p.m.\u00a0in New York. The shares have gained 12 per cent this year. Tesla\u2019s sole auto assembly plant in Fremont, California, is running around the clock to meet the goal. The carmaker this month erected a massive tent the size of two football fields to house an additional assembly line for the Model 3. The company will release second quarter production and delivery figures in early July.