Tesla is making its big car-building tent in Fremont permanent, report says

Tesla is making its big car-building tent in Fremont permanent, report says


The tentacle thing started rolling back during the Model 3 ramp-up, but is now being used for the Model Y.

Elon Musk via Twitter

During the ramp-up phase of the Tesla Model 3 (aka “Production Hell”), Big T thought the best way would be to get production numbers To make a big ol tent Production of vehicles in and out of its Fremont factory. We made jokes about it, understandably, but for its part, Tesla has continued with the whole tent thing as a solution to the lack of space at Fremont.

This brings us to a report published by Teslati on Friday that Tesla is building the tent, officially known as GA 4.5, permanent. Permanently it is not that it will turn into a building, but permanently it will continue to be used to build cars indefinitely and will have utilities installed in the ground.

Of course, if it is easy to poke at Tesla for making cars in tents, if Recent recalls And warning from Chinese government, As well as low scores JD Power’s dependency study The show, makes you question its build quality.

We will ask Tesla for comment on her big tent news, but she no longer has a PR department. So, instead, we will write our questions on paper slips, turn them into origami cranes and let them air. If we listen we will let you know.

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