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Tesla Berlin plant is about to break ground and land preparation seems to have been completed

via:CnBeta     time:2020/5/20 8:00:43     readed:66

A new UAV video shows Tesla's Berlin super plant breaking ground. The company appeared to have completed land preparation for the plant before breaking ground.On November 12 last year, musk announced at an award ceremony in Berlin, Germany, that the company's European Super plant would be built in Berlin, Germany.

The plant is Tesla's fourth super plant, with three others in Shanghai, Nevada and buffalo, New York.

Musk has revealed on twitter that the plant will be used to produce batteries, power systems and complete vehicles (starting with model y).

The plant will be put into operation in 2021, with the first phase focusing on model y production, with a target of 10000 vehicles per week. Once put into operation, the plant is expected to create about One point two Ten thousand jobs.

In march, fearing the new crown virus and the imminent european travel ban by the us president, tesla hastily withdrew all its american employees working at the berlin superplant, which could affect the plant's construction schedule.

In April, Tesla encountered another soil problem, that is, the company found that the soil on which they planned to build the foundation of the plant was sandy, and they had to come up with a new foundation, which could lead to delays in the construction of the plant.

However, local officials recently said Tesla should be able to avoid "any significant construction delays.". Now, a new drone video released by a YouTube user shows the scale of the Tesla Berlin super plant, which is about to break ground.

According to reports, Tesla's Berlin super plant was supposed to break ground in March this year, but the new coronavirus pandemic and soil problems forced the company to change its plans.

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