Tesmanian reports Tesla has begun expanding the tent where the Model Y General Assembly is located in Fremont. Another tent will be built on the other side of the Model 3 assembly line, hinting at a significant expansion in the manufacturer’s capacity.
Two production lines tents in Fremont are producing 500,000 Model 3/Ys per year. Tesla’s factory in Fremont may be able to expand from 600,000 vehicles per year to 800,000+ vehicles per year in 2022.
SOURCES – Tesmanian
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5 thoughts on “Tesla Fremont Expansion”
It's smelling like Tesla Semi related production shuffling work, but probably not the Semi itself.
I wonder when they will blow away?
Still in CA? unexpected – figured AZ, NM, and TX to expand.
wo ho. Engineered tensile structures! serious quick expansion. Crazy fire regs on such systems – fire sprinklers far as the eyes can see.
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