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Tesla factory tour (video)

Tesla factory tour (video).


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2 Comments

  1. Is it just me, or does something seem fishy about this video? I didn’t see anything that really looked like actual cars being made.

    Well, except for the injection molded plastic one. Probably not what people with $5K Model S deposits have in mind.

  2. “how it’s made” featured tesla not too long ago. Nearly everything was done by hand. I’m guessing that’s why when the workmen are cleared out it doesnt seem like much is there.

    Tesla production is small. The workers were using tubes of glue and whatnot rather than industrial dispensers.

    my response was: how much money did they spend to make sure everything was color coordinated?

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