It’s the final month of Q2, so it’s no surprise to see Tesla’s dedicated electric vehicle factories operating like well-oiled machines as part of the company’s effort to deliver as many EVs as possible before the end of the quarter. This seems particularly true for Giga Berlin.
Tesla is one of the world’s most interesting automakers, and this is highlighted by the fact that the company’s factories typically attract enthusiasts that observe their progress through drone flyovers. Such a trend became evident during the construction of Gigafactory Shanghai, and the same was observed in Giga Berlin and Gigafactory Texas.
One of Giga Berlin’s watchers, Tobias Lindh, has been following the progress of the facility for some time now. And in a recent flyover, the Tesla enthusiast captured several scenes from the site on June 7. As could be seen in the video, the entire Giga Berlin complex is extremely busy. Employee parking lots look pretty full and the influx of supply trucks to the factory seems steady.
More interestingly, Model Y units could be seen coming out of the plant. And as per the Tesla watcher’s video, the all-electric crossovers were painted in varying colors, and they were being loaded on car carrier trucks. These included Model Y units in Deep Blue Metallic and Midnight Cherry Red, both of which looked very refined. The Midnight Cherry Red Model Y in particular looked eye-catching with its unique shade that changes subtly with the light.
Also quite interesting was the ongoing construction work in several areas of the Gigafactory Berlin complex. Giga Berlin is already a pretty impressive factory in its own right, with the facility hitting an output of 5,000 Model Y per week. Tesla, however, is not done optimizing the plant, with previous reports suggesting that Tesla is looking to double the production capacity of the facility despite using the same amount of water that it does today.
Watch Tobias Lindh’s recent footage of Giga Berlin in the video below.
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