Some Buildings Are Getting First Roof Elements

Let’s take a quick look at Tesla Giga Austin in Texas, one of the most important construction sites in the world – certainly in the EV world – where Tesla plans to produce the Model Y and Cybertruck from 2021.

According to the latest video reports on the Jeff Roberts, Joe Tegtmeyer and Terafactory Texas channels, work is progressing rapidly on all fronts at the same time around the clock.

There are about 20 concrete pillars for the punching line (out of an expected 48) and double rows of roofs. The foundation is also progressing step by step.

Tesla Giga Austin – December 6, 2020 (Source: Jeff Roberts)

Tesla Giga Austin - December 6, 2020 (Source: Jeff Roberts)

Tesla Giga Austin – December 6, 2020 (Source: Jeff Roberts)

The entire area receives various foundation elements. On the highway side we can see preparations for the construction of the walls.

Tesla Giga Austin - December 6, 2020 (Source: Jeff Roberts)

Tesla Giga Austin – December 6, 2020 (Source: Jeff Roberts)

The steel construction already has its first roof elements and the “zip pit” foundation (right picture) has been partially poured.

Tesla Giga Austin - December 6, 2020 (Source: Jeff Roberts)

Tesla Giga Austin – December 6, 2020 (Source: Jeff Roberts)

Tesla Giga Austin - December 6, 2020 (Source: Jeff Roberts)

Tesla Giga Austin – December 6, 2020 (Source: Jeff Roberts)

Tesla Giga Austin (Gigafactory 5) in Austin, Texas:

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