Technology New Gigafactory and more: Tesla is investing 10 billion in expanding production

13:20  28 october  2020
13:20  28 october  2020 Source:   t3n.de

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At the Gigafactory , Tesla could simply expand the building a bit more and add additional production lines and not invest all that effort into speeding up In total, .453 billion has been invested into the Gigafactory . As per our first graph, the total investment is likely to be between .5 billion and $ 10

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Tesla is stepping up the gas with the expansion of its manufacturing capacities. The electric car manufacturer plans to invest around ten billion US dollars in 2021 and 2022 - including in a new gigafactory.

Tesla investiert Milliarden in die Fertigung. © Vitaliy Karimov / Shutterstock Tesla invests billions in manufacturing.

New vehicles and products, new technology in battery cell production, and ambitious goals in production - it has long been clear that Tesla needs to expand its production capacities. Thanks to a report to the US Securities and Exchange Commission, concrete figures on the planned investments have now become known. Accordingly, Tesla will probably take a total of around ten billion dollars in the next two years.

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Tesla , Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA) receives approval from China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology to start production at its - billion Gigafactory However, Tesla is not sure when it will be able to meet the production target for the year because of uncertainties related to orders, workers

Tesla has said that the Gigafactory will cost around billion . In its filing, Tesla said it had amended its asset-backed lending credit agreement with Producing cars in China is likely to help the company minimize the impact of the U.S.-China trade war, which has forced Tesla to adjust prices of its U.S

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According to the 10-Q document submitted by Tesla for the past third quarter, between 4.5 and 6 billion dollars each will flow in 2021 and 2022 - depending on how the company does Prioritize individual projects and how quickly the goals will be achieved.

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Interestingly, the message also mentions a new factory - possibly Tesla's fifth Gigafactory. In the section on the status of the production of its vehicles, Tesla lists another factory in addition to the plant in Fremont and the three Gigafactorys in Shanghai, Berlin / Brandenburg and Texas - "U.S location (s) TBD". The corresponding plans have to be finalized first. Once completed, the E-Truck Semi and the new Roadster 2 will be built in the new US factory.

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2:55 Tesla Gigafactory expansion at Giga Nevada will increase Tesla and Panasonic battery production capacity, thus offering enough battery packs for the Tesla Semi truck production . 10 :47 Elon tweeted that the Boring tunnel system in Las Vegas could be further expanded .

That said, we believe there is far more output to be gained from improving existing production equipment than was However, we will of course continue to make new investments in Gigafactory 1, as needed. Tesla and Panasonic have invested .5 billion in the plant, Nikkei reported.

Musk: 3rd US plant probably in the northeast

Tesla CEO Elon Musk had already stated recently that a third production site in the USA would "very likely" come. Musk could imagine the northeast of the country, it said. That would make sense insofar as Tesla would open up the northeast after California in the southwest and Texas in the middle of the country. And so that the delivery times for the populous region could be significantly reduced, as Teslarati writes . Tesla will start construction in four to five years at the earliest.

The speculations about building a gigafactory in India in order to be successful in the local car market seem to be off the table for now. According to the document, Tesla assumes that they can continue to finance the planned investments themselves if demand and macroeconomic conditions remain positive.

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