Tesla Shares New Pictures of Model Y Factories in Shanghai and Berlin

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Tesla today announced its Q4 2020 earnings, revealing the company’s first-ever annual profit for a single fiscal year.

Within the company’s quarterly update deck, Tesla also shared new photos detailing the construction of Model Y factories at Giga Shanghai and Giga Berlin.

According to Tesla, the Model Y factory in Shanghai “is in the process of ramping to full capacity.” The Model 3 factory in Shanghai is able to produce 250,000 units per year.

Given Tesla’s annual guidance of Model 3 and Y production at Giga Shanghai of 450,000 vehicles per year, the Model Y factory looks to be set for 200,000 units per year.

Check out some photos shared of the Model Y die cast, stamping, body shop and general assembly from Shanghai below…

Gigafactory Shanghai – Model Y Die Cast

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Gigafactory Shanghai – Model Y Stamping

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Gigafactory Shanghai – Model Y Body Shop

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Gigafactory Shanghai – Model Y General Assembly

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Gigafactory Shanghai Model 3 and Model Y Factories

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Tesla also shared pictures of Giga Berlin’s Model Y factory under construction as well. The company says “we have already started to move machinery into the building.”

Gigafactory Berlin – Model Y Factory Construction

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Gigafactory Berlin Model Y Factory Interior

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Gigafactory Berlin Model Y Factory Interior 

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Tesla also shared a three-month progress update for Gigafactory Texas. The construction pace is pretty incredible for just three month’s time:

Gigafactory Texas – Progress in 3 Months

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When all of these factories are up and running, Tesla will be easily churning out well over 1 million vehicles produced per year.

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Tesla today also unveiled its Plaid refresh for Model S and Model X.

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