BEIJING, Feb. 29 (Upi) — Tesla has a lot of work to do for the foreseeable future, including giga Berlin, Model Y production in the U.S. and China, and cyber-top pickups, according tomedia. The introduction of electric semi and new sports cars (Roadsters), further improvements in core battery technology, and more.
To achieve these goals, Tesla has been frantically recruiting talent and expanding its workforce. Other carmakers, by contrast, are starting to lay off workers during the difficult transition.
“It’s hard to imagine another company having a more exciting product and technology roadmap than we did,” Elon Musk, Tesla’s chief executive and co-founder, said on a fourth-quarter earnings conference call. So Tesla’s prospects for the next 10 years will be very exciting. If you look back at the last 10 years from today to 2010, we’re producing about 1,000 times as many cars in 2020 as we did in 2010… We also have Solarglass photovoltaic glass panels and solar retrofits, as well as two home battery products, Powerwall and Powerpack, and more. “It’s very exciting to think about Tesla’s prospects for the next 10 years. “
Musk has turned himself into a solar salesman and kicked off the solar glass solar glass roof installation in the United States in 2020. Musk also mentioned bringing solar glass roofing to markets such as China and Europe. In addition to recruiting roofers, the company has partnered with housebuilders and other housing industry participants. In addition, Tesla’s New York superplant, which makes solar panels and other components, is also seeking to increase its workforce.
The company also appears to be planning to build another superfactory in Texas to increase production of its pure electric pickup Cybertuck and help produce its facility-grade battery products. In addition to all this, Musk announced that he will host an artificial intelligence hacking marathon to find people who could help it advance the development of self-driving software.