SMM7, March 14: Tesla appears to be interested in optimizing its production process at Gigafactory in Berlin and obtaining environmental permission from the electric car manufacturer, which will employ 10500 workers for the soon-to-be-built plant.
It is reported that with so many employees, Tesla hopes to produce as many as 500000 cars a year at the site. The plant is expected to produce Tesla's latest ModelY for the European market. At present, Tesla's final environmental permit is still under formal approval, but the company has begun to build large-scale facilities.
It is understood that Gigafactory 1 was built in Storey County, Nevada (called Giga Nevada), Gigafactory 2) in Buffalo, New York (now known as Giga New York), Gigafactory 3 in Shanghai, China (known as Giga Shanghai), Berlin, Germany, under construction of Gigafactory 4.
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