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The Gigafactory By Tesla in Texas Finally Takes Shape

  • Posted by Carbike360 On 20-Jan-2022 07:49 PM

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The construction started on July 2020 and its first phase is scheduled to be finished by May 2021, followed by the beginning of the production. Tesla announced a deal to build a brand new factory in Austin, Texas, in 2000 acre land they bought.

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A new video of the construction site of new Tesla Gigafactory, that began five months back in texas, shows that the place is turning into a busy industrial area already. Jeff Roberts, who is an electric car enthusiast, uploaded a video on YouTube that showcased the progress of the factory, which has been recorded from day one.

The construction started on July 2020 and its first phase is scheduled to be finished by May 2021, followed by the beginning of the production. Tesla announced a deal to build a brand new factory in Austin, Texas, in 2000 acre land they bought. During the project initiation, the automaker planned to produce the electric pickup truck there and therefore the initial name was referred to as Cybertruck Gigafactory. However, the company first came up with a plan to manufacture the Model 3 and the Model Y at the factory, and the brand later renamed it “Gigafactory Texas”.

Tesla plans for the establishment of battery cell production at the factory and makes it an “ecological paradise” open to the public. In fact, a battery-related job opening for Tesla Gigafactory, Texas, was recently posted by the electric car maker on its Careers page. This job listing information was shared by Jerome Guillen, Automotive President, via his official LinkedIn account. He said in his post that the firm is looking for great production engineering talent in Austin. A fantastic team is already available on the ground. Apply online. Below his message was Tesla’s Careers page link that went to an opening for a job looking for a “Manager, Battery Manufacturing Engineering”.

Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, had shared a drone video via tweet showing the nearly finished Giga Berlin factory, the electric car company’s first such facility in Europe.