After a long wait fTesla factory in Berlin started to work. A Gigafactory that will launch the firm’s first electric cars that will go directly to the European market. And it looks like Elon Musk wants to start expanding the facility.

As we told you, the opening of the Berlin Gigafactory is great news for Tesla and its customers. On the one hand, the company no longer needs to bring certain vehicles from the USA or China, resulting in cost savings. And in the case of the end customer, while it is true that the prices of the vehicles will not decrease, the waiting time will be significantly reduced, at least for the time being.

And now, the company led by Elon MuskGermany wants to expand Gigafactory in Berlin. To do this, they plan to purchase a piece of land adjacent to the existing production facility.

Tesla is already examining the purchase of land adjacent to the Berlin factory

Today, The Berlin Gigafactory has the capacity to produce around 500,000 cars per year.and with the arrival of this new land, production could increase significantly to one million units.

As you can see in the message shared on Twitter by Troy Teslike, an account specializing in everything related to the vehicle fleet of the American motor giant, the idea of ​​​​the company is to buy land next to the factory it currently operates in Berlin.

The new plot is smaller, because The Gigafactory covers an area of ​​300 hectares and the new site has a size of 100 hectares.but still more than enough room to significantly increase production capacity in Europe.

Also, this land is in a state of extensive use by their internal and external workers, so they can use this land as a material warehouse or for third parties.

We do not currently have information about the price of this land, but according to rumors Tesla must pay 13 million euros to buy this new land. That’s a tall figure for most mortals, but an insignificant figure considering the size and income of the American motoring giant.

It will be necessary to see how this new idea from Elon Musk ends up, but it makes perfect sense for the company to take advantage of the possibility of buying this new land to increase the production capacity of the Berlin plant.

Source: Cincodias Elpais

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