Elon Musk Confirmed the Pre-Fab Giga Berlin Construction

by Stef Z on July 27, 2020

Tesla’s CEO, Elon Musk, confirmed that his company is now using prefabricated building methods that will boost the speed of the construction of his new factories.

Tesla’s goal for a while has been to increase the number of vehicle production.
Recently, the company changed its focus on improving the time of building the factories instead.

By faster construction of Tesla’s Giga Factories around the world, they will get a sooner car production.

Mr. Elon Musk is demonstrating once again that his brilliant inventions and ideas can overcome any obstacle on the way and deliver as many electric vehicles as possible to the Tesla customers.

Of course, the acceleration of the manufacturing of Tesla’s new cars directly depends on the number of Giga factories as well as their capacity.

The world’s number one carmaker is developing the electric vehicle industry with the speed of light. Starting with one factory in California, Tesla now has three operating facilities, while two giant factories are under construction (Giga Berlin and Giga Texas).

So far, the most impressive Tesla construction project was Giga Shanghai, transforming a piece of land into a fully operating car factory in only one year.

At the moment, Tesla is expanding Giga Shanghai for Model Y production.

Knowing the tireless and brilliant work of the company, we can expect even faster progress for the two new Giga factories.

For example, the construction of Giga Factory Berlin is already in a very advanced stage, although the work on it was interrupted by the coronavirus lockdown.

Although the building process started only months ago, recent drone footage released by the company shows that Giga Berlin already has walls going up.

Commenting on the rapid progress of the new facility, Elon Musk said that Tesla is now using a “prefabricated construction method”.

He said that “Giga Berlin will come together at an impossible-seeming speed. The prefabricated construction method in Germany is extremely impressive.”

Prefabricated construction is becoming more popular as it is moving from only residential use to commercial, and recently, to industrial sites.

This method uses pre-made parts manufactured in factories that are later brought on-site and put together.

By doing so, Tesla aims to reduce building time and labor. According to the visible results, it seems that this way of construction is way more efficient and progressive.

Tesla is building its new factories that are pre-build in factories (at least part of them).

They schedule the production of electric vehicles in Giga Berlin for the end of this year, while the recent Giga Texas will release the first Cybertrucks by the end of 2021.

Elon Musk proves once again to the world that a brilliant mind has no limits, and other car industries will hardly reach his company’s success.

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