Tesla may build a third plant in the United StatesAugust 5, 2020
Elon Musk roughly estimated the construction time of the new plant at four to five years.
This year, while the world was on the brink of a global pandemic, the California-based electric car maker has definitely done a good job: Tesla’s share price more than tripled, the company launched its new Model Y crossover, opened a new Gigafactory in Shanghai, and approved Austin, Texas. , as the location of the second US car manufacturing plant.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk is currently thinking about building a third manufacturing facility in the U.S. as the company prepares to release more products in the coming years.
“I think at some point there will be a third Gigafactory … most likely closer to the northeast. I’m not sure at the moment. We have a lot to do between the construction of the Giga Berlin and the Giga Texas … and all the programs that come up ahead with Cybertruck, Semi, the new Roadster, ”Musk said in a recent interview.
Regarding the relocation of Tesla’s headquarters from California, which Musk threatened earlier this year after clashing with local lawmakers, he said “it will require a lot more thought.” He is confident that in the short term, the headquarters will remain in California, and “further will be seen.
Tesla’s CEO declined to blame California for some of its past manufacturing difficulties with paint quality problems reported by customers, instead stating that the company was ultimately responsible for the problems. But he did criticize what he sees as “extremely onerous” in California’s permitting process, blaming local regulators for it.
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