Tesla quietly announced at least two new production facilities in the United States in its Q2 2020 Shareholders Letter. It seems that both Texas and Tulsa won the bid for a Gigafactory in their respective states. Although, Tesla could also choose to create a production facility in Giga Nevada.
The Del Valle Independent School District Board of Trustees approved an incentive agreement for Tesla’s Cybertruck and Model Y Gigafactory in Texas. Read More
The Cybertruck exhibit’s extension supports speculation that Tesla’s EV truck has become popular. Read More
Tesla Giga Tulsa is still a viable future for the EV automakers Cybertruck and Model Y factory. While most media outlets have already discounted Tulsa, Oklahoma, seemingly favoring Texas, Tulsans aren’t giving up so easily. Read More
Tesla Cybertruck orders could be above 650,000 already, estimated Wedbush Securities analyst Dan Ives. His conclusion may have based on the Cybertruck’s popularity outside Tesla's usual supporters, like those found in the TSLA community, EV enthusiasts, and environmentalists. Read More
Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Texas Governor Greg Abbott talked over the weekend about the company's possible move from the Golden State to the Lone Star State.
Recently, Alameda County showed its intention to allow the Fremont factory to reopen, but it may not mean Tesla's Gigafactory Texas project will be scrapped.
Elon Musk received a formal invitation on Tesla’s behalf to build a factory in Texas from County Judge Richard F. Cortez, which was supported by state Governor Greg Abbott. Read More