Tesla wants to increase production in Europe. How will do?

tesla wants to increase production in europe. how will do?

After a long wait, the Tesla factory in Berlin has started to work. A Gigafactory that will release the first electric cars of the firm that will go directly to the European market. And it looks like Elon Musk wants to start expanding the facility.

As we told you, the opening of the Berlin Gigafactory is excellent news for Tesla and its customers. On the one hand, the company no longer has to bring certain vehicles from the United States or China, with the consequent cost savings. And in the case of the final customer, although it is true that the price of the vehicles will not drop, at least for now, the waiting time will be significantly reduced.

And now, we just found out that the company run by Elon Musk that wants to expand the Germany Gigafactory in Berlin. To do this, they plan to buy a piece of land adjacent to the current production plant.

Tesla is already studying the purchase of land adjacent to its Berlin factory

Today, the Berlin Gigafactory is capable of producing nearly 500,000 cars a year and with the arrival of this new land, production could increase significantly to reach one million units.

It looks like Tesla is about to purchase more land next to Giga Berlin. The news was reported here: https://t.co/YtEUJ259MD Thanks to Hobbes for this image: https://t.co/R05AkPhEns pic.twitter.com/KHVERmQb55

— Troy Teslike (@TroyTeslike) May 5, 2022

As you may have seen in the message posted on Twitter by Troy Teslike, an account specializing in everything related to the American motor giant’s vehicle fleet, the company’s idea is to buy land next to the plant it operates Currently in Berlin.

The new plot is smaller, since the Gigafactory occupies 300 hectares and the new area has a size of 100 hectares but it is still more than enough space to significantly increase production capacity in Europe.

In addition, this land is in a situation that is widely used by its internal and external workers, so they could use this land as a warehouse for materials or for third parties.

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At the moment we do not have information on the price of this land, but rumors suggest that Tesla should pay 13 million euros for the purchase of this new land. A tall figure for most mortals, but a trifle considering the size and income of the American motor giant.

It will be necessary to see how this new idea of ​​Elon Musk ends, although it makes perfect sense that the company takes advantage of the possibility of buying this new land to increase the production capacity of its Berlin factory.

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