Beautiful new aerial look at Tesla Fremont – lots of cars ready to ship off
【Summary】Tesla is already well into its end-of-the-quarter push to deliver as many vehicles as possible by September 30.
As we reported earlier today, Tesla is already well into its end-of-the-quarter push to deliver as many vehicles as possible by September 30. Through a new drone video of the Fremont Factory, we get a good look at the sea of Tesla vehicles about to ship off to new customers.
A lot of Model X's, a lot of pano roofs, and a lot of shipping containers, but also just a beautiful aerial view of Tesla's facilities in Fremont, California.
The Fremont factory is one of the biggest buildings on earth with 5.3 million square feet of manufacturing and office space. It's currently being upgraded for the Model 3 production line.
In the video, we can see that Tesla is moving dirt in the little parcel of land left that no building is occupying yet. We also get a good look at Tesla's test track, but unfortunately, no Model 3 prototypes were being tested.
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