Tesla’s Gigafactory Berlin is still awaiting final approval, with a new update this week showing newly-added construction nearing the building’s completion.
The roof on the Tesla Gigafactory Berlin Central Utilities Building was being built on Tuesday, as shown in photos shared by drone pilot @Gf4Tesla.
The photos show cranes and construction workers surrounding the new roof structure, as well as a few new graffiti pieces and other building structure updates.
More importantly, we also get a better look at the latest graffiti art adorning the external walls of Giga Berlin, as seen below:
In addition, the photos show a new facade going up at the facility’s Cell Factory, along with the scaffolding outside the lobby being dismantled.
Today at the construction site.
-the CUB ( Central utilities building ) roof structure is being built.
-more facade elements at the Cell Facility.
-construction scaffolding at the lobby dismantled. pic.twitter.com/3HZhb97U5Q
— Gigafactory Berlin-Brandenburg 🇪🇺 🇩🇪 (@Gf4Tesla) February 2, 2022
Check the video taken yesterday at Giga Berline by drone pilot Tobias Lindh for a closer look at the latest construction updates, including the graffiti art seen above:
Tesla shared new photos of the interior of Gigafactory Berlin-Brandenburg last month, as well as photos of its upcoming Gigafactory Texas.
Another update showed that Tesla’s first vehicles made at the Grünheide, Germany facility will be made with 2170 battery cells.
One report last month expects Tesla’s Gigafactory Berlin-made Model Y units to begin delivering as soon as March.
The automaker is also set to elect its first works council in Germany on February 28 as the company prepares to begin production in the months to come.