Tesla announced this week that it had chosen a site not far from Austin to build its next gigafactory in the United States after months of procedures to obtain local government approval.
The automaker plans to speed up the project and has already started construction on 2000 acres of land.
Tesla has not yet provided a list of models and time nodes to be produced at the new plant, but there have been some very positive news.
The video, taken on July 24 local time, shows a pile of heavy machinery being transported to the site to prepare for construction.
The land is huge and is Teslas largest factory site to date, surpassing California, Shanghai and Berlin.
A large number of excavators and road rollers are working on the land near the highway.
As Tesla confirmed earlier this week, they plan to build model 3, model y, cybertruck and Tesla semi trucks in gigafactory, Texas.
Foreign media Elek previously reported that Tesla plans to quickly deploy a model y assembly line in the new plant.
Brian Johnson, an analyst at Barclays motor, is still questioning its prospects. Excluding sales of Tesla Model 3 cars made in China, revenue at its Fremont plant in California is actually down 30%, he said.
Johnson also said the model y crossover suv, which began delivery to customers in March, could erode model 3 sales.
Source: responsible editor of interface news: Wang Fengzhi_ NT2541