The piling and foundation work of the new phase of the Tesla Shanghai Gigafactory is expected to be completed

The piling and foundation work of the new phase of the Tesla Shanghai Gigafactory is expected to be completed

The piling and foundation work of the new phase of the Tesla Shanghai Gigafactory is expected to be completed this month. It appears to be larger than the first phase of the Shanghai Gigafactory which had 150,000 cars per year of capacity. The outer wall will be capped in June, and trial production can basically begin in October. There was another smaller expansion of the factory that is just completing. By December, 2020, the Shanghai factory should have 350,000 to 450,000 cars per year of capacity.
SOURCE- youtuber Jason YangWritten By Brian Wang, Nextbigfuture.com
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