Technology photos on Google Maps Show Tesla Gigafactory in Grünheide from the inside
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On Google Maps photos have appeared that show the inside of the Tesla Gigafactory in Grünheide. These and other pictures suggest that robots and systems are already tested.
Only a few days ago, the Brandenburg regional environment of Tesla had officially granted approval, to test machines in the. The tests should not be a trial operation, as the authority stressed. Now pictures from the Tesla factory near Berlin show that the construction is already quite advanced. The tests of robots and systems should have already begun.
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images from Tesla factory on Google Maps
according to the pictures on Google Maps, which has uploaded a user called Bogdan Czyński, there are already robots and installed plant technology in Teslas Gigafactory at Berlin. The pictures should have been taken in June 2020. However, the user has removed the metadata, so that is not quite clear whether they are not older. The authenticity can not be easily verified anyway.
The platform Drive Tesla Canada has meanwhile allowed more pictures, which should show that the electric autobauer has already begun with tests of robots and equipment. On one of the photos, for example, a raw body of the Tesla Model Y is in the foreground and to see a further further back, which probably go through the manufacturing process.
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Gigafactory in Grünheide: Starting with Model Y
The Model Y is to be the first car of the e-autopionier, according to Elon Musk, which is built in the factory. The fact that production is already tested see observers as a good sign that Tesla could run the first model Y in green heaths at the end of the year. In the, it should only take a few months until the production required for the production of equipment has been added.
However, Tesla is still missing the final permit in Brandenburg. Musk had recently spoken from a start of production in Grünheide. The originally planned start in early summer had to be postponed. In the future, Tesla wants to produce around 500,000 Model 3 and Model Y annually in his Brandenburg factory.
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