Giga Shanghai updated and ready for 20,000 Tesla per week

Giga Shanghai updated and ready for 20000 Tesla per week

Tesla, has officially finished upgrading the Shanghai Giga factory and is increasing production. Tesla in China Model 3 and Model YWe’ve already seen the results of this update, which has reduced wait times for the majority of cars – in some cases cars are available within a week of ordering.

Giga Shanghaiis Tesla’s Export Hub, with the majority of Global Model 3 and Model Y cars manufactured and shipped to customers around the world. Giga Shanghai is transitioning to targeted production cars for the local market after half of each quarter of the year the number and export quota for export production is completed.

With completed production line upgrades, Tesla to produce 22,000 vehicles aims – this is more than 3,000 or 125 cars per hour means. As production accelerates, more than 2 cars will leave the assembly line every minute.

When the factory is fully adjusted and starts working at full capacity, an average of 5,000 vehicles per day or about 3.5 cars per minute expected to produce. The new and upgraded production lines will be tested by September 30 to make sure every detail has been fixed.

According to reports from the Chinese press, Tesla has decided to modernize Giga Shanghai. 170 million dollars promised. The work was originally supposed to be completed by the end of April, but had to be delayed due to local Covid restrictions. The increased production capacity means the need to hire more workers – as many as 4,000 additional workers are expected to be hired directly by the factory.

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Teslais ramping up production at all its factories, but even when they’re all running at full speed, it won’t be enough to meet Tesla’s ambitious goals. Every year until 2030 20 million electric cars Elon Musk admitted that he will need 12 Giga factories to achieve this goal.

Can Tesla do this? There are no obstacles in front of a company that made 3,000 cars a year 10 years ago. It may not reach its target until 2030, it may be delayed by a year or two, but it will still keep its promise. People love Tesla’s products, and it has new models on the production line, its own lithium refinery and new battery technology, and reliable suppliers on-site – it will take more than just another outbreak to stop Tesla.