Tesla's next Big Factory to Come up in Austin, Musk Describes It as an 'Ecological Paradise'

Kirsten Korosec | July 23, 2020

Tesla's next Big Factory to Come up in Austin, Musk Describes It as an 'Ecological Paradise'
Tesla has picked a site near Austin for its next U.S. factory, a four to five-million-square foot $1.1 billion plant that will assemble the automaker’s futuristic Cybertruck, the Tesla Semi and the Model Y and Model 3 for sales to customers on the East Coast.
The decision announced Wednesday during the Tesla second-quarter earnings call marks the end of a fast and furious hunt for the best location and accompanying incentives deal for its next U.S. factory. Construction on the factory, which is located east of Austin near the airport, is expected to begin this year.

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