Tesla’s factory opened in Germany


Tesla opened the Gigafabrka in Berlin today, two years after the beginning of the realization of this project. This is Tesla’s first production center in Europe, with an investment of 5 billion euros.

The director of the company, Elon Musk, personally handed over to the customers the first examples of the electric crossover Model Y, which were made in the new factory in Greenheide, about thirty kilometers east of the center of Berlin.

The opening of the factory was delayed by eight months due to problems with the supply of points and bureaucracy. This plant is part of a new phase of development of the American company, which, according to Mask, will develop extremely large production centers.

Tesla plans to employ 12,000 randics in a vehicle assembly plant and a neighboring battery factory. When it reaches full capacity, the factory will produce 500,000 electric vehicles a year and generate 50 kWh of battery electricity, making it the leader in Germany.

Musk warned that it would take more than two years to reach that level of production. Analysts estimate that the new factory will produce about 54,000 cars this year, 280,000 next, and 500,000 by 2025.

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