Incredible drone flight inside the Tesla Gigafactory in Berlin
Do you want to know what a Tesla gigafactory looks like inside? And when we say “in”, it means “in”. When you see the video you will understand…
Elon Musk’s electric car company knows perfectly well that if it wants to expand globally, must build factories to sell locally on the main continents.
In Tesla always think big, and that’s why when he announced that he would open a gigafactory in Berlinalso assured that it was going to be the most modern and advanced of all.
And for you to see for yourself, you can’t miss this incredible drone view flight inside the assembly line of the Tesla Gigafactory in Berlin. The drone sneaks into the working robots!
When the comments of the video on YouTube praise the drone pilot more than the spectacular factory itself, it is clear that it is an incredible video.
The drone is introduced inside the assembly line in full operationand we see impossible things, like the painting of cars inside closed capsules.
Most car manufacturers protect their factories as much as possible from prying eyes and spies, and it is almost impossible to find videos of their assembly lines. Tesla has no problem getting a drone with a camera into the gigafactoryand let it slip where it pleases…
The Tesla Gigafactory in Berlin started working at full capacity last March 22after two years of construction, and a cost of about 4,000 million euros.
The decision to build it in Germany, according to Tesla, is due to the fact that the country is a world automobile power, and has a powerful network of suppliers of parts and materials.
This gigafactory is going to be dedicated to manufacture the Tesla Model Y model, and future. When you reach your peak performance will manufacture 500,000 electric cars a year.
Another very important function will be battery manufacturing, which will allow the factory to be self-sufficient, and even sell them to other manufacturers.
The construction of this Gigafactory in Berlin is key to lower the price of Tesla vehicles in Europe. We hope that it will make a decisive contribution to the implementation of the electric car on the continent.