Wedbush Managing Director and Senior Equity Analyst Dan Ives recently posted a somewhat interesting appraisal for Tesla’s Gigafactory Texas project. As indicated by the Wall Street veteran, Giga Texas might just be equipped for beginning Model Y production once again the next 7-10 days. On the off chance that Wedbush’s estimate demonstrates exact, Tesla could see some serious force this Q1 2022.
“Based on our analysis of Giga Austin, it appears paperwork is now clearing the way for Model Y production starting over the next 7-10 days. We believe the stamping machines for Model Y and testing is already in place and mostly completed, green light for Tesla to kick off Austin,” Ives posted.
Recently, reports from the Lone Star State arose expressing that Tesla is gathering the important records to guarantee that Gigafactory Texas could be opened without a hitch. Travis County representative Hector Nieto even noticed that specific sections of Giga Texas have as of now accepted their particular certificates of compliance from the county fire marshal. Such certificates are needed before a facility can be officially opened.
The Giga Texas site has remained amazingly occupied lately, with the huge complex being a hub of action. Interestingly enough, recent videos from the site have indicated the Cybertruck region conceivably getting some new machinery. During a new flyover, drone operator Jeff Roberts had the option to capture pictures of what appeared to be equipment being loaded into a section of the manufacturing plant that is estimated to be designated for the Cybertruck’s production.
Reports of Giga Texas’ evident beginning of production have been making progress lately. Only this previous week, Chinese news source Yicai Global, while reporting on solar panel giant Longi Green Energy’s agreement with Tesla for Giga Texas’ solar system, noted on Twitter that the EV producer’s Texas site is beginning activities very soon.
Gigafactory Texas is relied upon to cover 4.28 million square feet, and it would be parted among a few sections contained general assembly, stamping, and casting. The processing plant will be beginning its operations with the production of the Tesla Model Y, with the Cybertruck following after. Different vehicles like the Model 3 and the Tesla Semi are likewise expected to be produced in Gigafactory Texas, possibly later on.
Tesla is hoping to increase production of the famous conservative SUV for Europe and North America. The demand is high, and the opening of both Giga Texas and Giga Berlin would go quite far in aiding the automobile maker clear up the current delivery list.
As of Sunday January 9, teams were wrapping up work on the parking area that will hold recently assembled vehicles.