extreme size

In the recent news, Elon Musk has revealed plans to scale Tesla to the extreme size while teasing the launch of Tesla’s “Master Plan Part 3” on Twitter one day before the inauguration of the automaker’s first European factory. On Monday, Elon Musk announced on Twitter the themes that will dominate the next installment in Tesla’s long-term playbook: artificial intelligence and scaling the automaker’s operations.

Scaling Tesla to an Extreme Size Will Shift Humanity Away from Fossil Fuel

“Main Tesla subjects will be scaling to extreme size, which is needed to shift humanity away from fossil fuels, and AI,” Elon Musk tweeted“But I will also include sections about SpaceX, Tesla, and The Boring Company.” The plan to scale Tesla to an extreme size may detail what “extreme size” looks like for Tesla and outline the automaker’s approach for scaling its manufacturing and supply chain during a global pandemic and supply chain crunch.

Tesla is scheduled to open its first factory in Europe on Tuesday when Tesla will hand over its first-ever production cars assembled there. The $5 billion factory in Berlin is slated to assemble more than half a million electric vehicles yearly in a bid to compete with Volkswagen – the largest automobile manufacturer in Europe – and its $100 billion investment in EVs. Last week, Tesla idled its round-the-clock Shanghai Gigafactory for two days amid a rise in China’s Omicron cases and supply chain limitations. 

Tesla’s Shanghai Gigafactory Produces Around 2000 Vehicles Per Day

That factory delivers about 2,000 vehicles per day and exports a considerable number of Model 3 and Model Y vehicles to Europe. The first two parts of the “Master Plan” proved to be an accurate road map to the development of the company’s products and technology; the first part, a 2006 blog post titled “The Secret Tesla Motors Master Plan (just between you and me),” outlined company’s proof of concept to scale Tesla to an extreme size.

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Source: TechCrunch


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