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Elon Musk opens a large factory for “Tesla” in Texas .. Video

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Billionaire Elon Musk has opened a new factory for his company called “Tesla” in Austin, Texas.

Celebrating the outstanding growth of his company, which specializes in the production of electric cars, Musk attended the celebration wearing a cowboy hat and sunglasses and is currently airing rap songs amidst the cheers of the audience.

The celebration, which was broadcast live via the internet to accommodate about 15,000 people who received special invitations, included entertainment, food, drinks and music provided by several groups in addition to the fireworks display.

Called “Giga Texas”, the factory is located on a site with over a hundred football fields. The plant, which has been in operation since the end of 2021, is the fifth “largest factory” to be affiliated with “Tesla” because, according to Euronews, the company has four locations in Nevada, New York, Shanghai and Berlin.

Musk confirmed that it is the tallest building (the tallest building in the world) than the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. On the other hand. “

The team reviewed several future products, such as the electric “cyber truck” car, which is scheduled to begin production in 2023, and the “Optimus” robot, which “achieves what humans do not want”. Do.”

Musk again promised to create a fully autonomous “robot taxi”. The millionaire factory has set a target to produce 500,000 Y models annually.

Don Eves, a researcher at Wetbush Securities, noted that “Tesla is having trouble delivering more than it needs, with delays of five to six months in exports of Tesla Model Y vehicles and Model 3 cars to certain countries, mainly in Austin and Berlin.”

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Musk, like many other companies, including “Oracle” and “Hewlett-Packard”, moved Tesla’s headquarters to Austin in late 2021 because Texas was known for its conservative policies and tax breaks, and did not impose any taxes on companies or income.

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