Tesla aims to finish Austin plant construction by end of year

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Can the work finally be over?

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Tesla will spend more than $1 billion to establish its manufacturing footprint Austin, Texas, and it is expected to be wrapped up by the end of 2021, according to filings with the state. electrek The first reported on several documents filed with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation that show the total cost of Tesla’s new General Assembly Plant as well as the paint, casting, stamping and body-in-white facilities.


Each of these pieces will help bring Model Y Online production in Texas, which CEO Elon Musk wanted to do sometime this year. Although construction is projected to end just before 2022, it is unclear whether any cars will move down the new line in 2021. Tesla does not operate a public relations department to request comment.

At the moment, Tesla only manufactures cars domestically in Fremont, California. Finally, cybertruck And Semi should call this new Texas plant home as the electric car maker continues to unravel its manufacturing strategy in the US. Tesla also operates a plant outside Shanghai, China, and has begun work on a factory near Berlin, Germany.

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As for Tesla’s future cars, the Cybertruck and Semi are subject to even more delays. NS Electric pickup won’t be ready until the end of 2022 and by half 2023.

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