Tesla Gigafactory 3 Resumes Production

Following a 10 day pause for annual production line maintenance, Tesla Gigafactory 3 production in Shanghai has resumed production.

According to a new progress report video posted by YouTube user WU WA on October 7, 2020, the Made-in-China Model 3 has a daily production number of about 800 units. Producing around 20,000 units a month, these numbers bode well with Tesla’s goal of producing 500,000 cars in 2020.

Furthermore, the Made-in-China Model 3 and the upcoming Made-in-China Model Y are reportedly going to be exported outside China at some point in the future, beginning with Europe.

The speed of construction of Tesla Gigafactory 3 has been quite impressive and is nearing completion. A new Supercharging station was added recently, opening up multiple of stalls in what might be the biggest Supercharging site globally. Additionally, some of the first solar panels were recently installed. 

Check out the full progress report in the video below:

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