Tesla’s Fremont Factory Still Packed Full of Cars, Shows Drone Flyover [VIDEO]



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Tesla’s Fremont factory in California looks busier than ever, as the site is still full of completed cars the company is set to deliver to customers.

That’s according to a flyover of the site taken this morning on Thursday, January 20, 2022, by YouTube channel ‘Met God in Wilderness’.

You can see lots of Model S and Model X vehicles parted on the spillover lot, right on the grass. The production lot is also full of other Tesla vehicles parked and completed as well. The video taken today echoes a previous video filmed three days ago at the Fremont site, equally full of cars.

When Tesla’s Gigafactory in Austin, Texas, starts production, slated for sometime soon and possibly this month, it will be interesting to see how much of the load it will take off of Fremont. For now, the factory looks to be in full swing and the ongoing semiconductor shortage doesn’t appear to be slowing anything down.

Tesla is set to share its latest Q4 earnings on January 26, 2022, where Elon Musk will share an update on the company’s product roadmap.

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