Tesla’s new $3.6 billion Nevada funding features a ‘high-volume’ Semi manufacturing facility

Tesla is investing greater than $3.6 billion into its Reno, Nevada Gigafactory, and with a part of the money, it plans to construct its “first high-volume Semi manufacturing facility,” in line with a blog post published Tuesday.

The corporate formally delivered the primary of its long-delayed electrical Semi vehicles to PepsiCo in December, however it seems Tesla is able to considerably broaden its manufacturing of the brand new automobile. Nevertheless, Tesla’s weblog put up doesn’t specify what number of vehicles the manufacturing facility may make frequently or when it’s anticipated to open, so it is perhaps awhile earlier than that top quantity kicks in.

Along with the Semi manufacturing facility, Tesla desires to make use of the Nevada funding to construct a 100 GWh 4680 battery cell manufacturing facility, which the corporate says could have “capability to provide sufficient batteries for two million mild obligation automobiles yearly,” in addition to add 3,000 new staff to the power. For context, the corporate says that the Gigafactory presently produces upwards of 37 GWh of batteries per yr, sufficient for round 500,000 automobiles.


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