Elon Musk unveils design of Tesla’s Berlin superfactory

Following New York, Nevada and Shanghai, Tesla is building a new superfactory plant in Brandenburg, on the outskirts of the German capital, which, if all goes well, is expected to open sometime next year. On Wednesday, Tesla co-founder Elon Musk shared a photo to his 37 million followers on Twitter showing the design of the tech-inspired Giga Berlin.

Elon Musk unveils design of Tesla's Berlin superfactory

As part of its european expansion plan, the company is understood to have announced in November 2019 plans to build a super plant in Fort Buranburg (Gruheide / Gr?nheide, southeast of Berlin).

The local environmental department gave the green light to the early construction and infrastructure of the new plant and is expected to be operational by 2021. Initially, it will be used primarily for the production of Model Y models, employing up to 12,000 people and about 10,000 units per week.

Elon Musk unveils design of Tesla's Berlin superfactory

According to Musk’s vision, the Tesla Berlin superplant will also have solar panels on the roof and a unique pool that may be indoors or outdoors. If the message is reliable, we expect to see it soon.