Tesla Giga Berlin has opened registration for those who want to take part in the County Fair on October 9. Among other things, the visit will include a tour of the factory as well as a ride of Model Y.
On August 13, Elon Musk tweeted that Tesla will host a County Fair and a factory tour on October 9. Now, the company has opened registration for the event that will usher in a new era for Tesla and all of Europe. Residents of Berlin and Brandenburg will be given invitation preference, although residents from various European countries can also apply for registration. Submission of an application does not guarantee receipt of an invitation. Since the company will only be able to accommodate about 3,500 people, locals will be preferred.
During the County Fair, Tesla intends to introduce its guests to the most modern electric car factory in the world. The company promises that visitors will be able to peek behind the scenes during a tour in the factory. Guests will also be able to get a ride of Model Y, the vehicle that will be produced at Giga Berlin. In addition, visitors will have access to on-site booths, take part in various activities, and have access to food during the event.
The County Fair will run from 10 am to 7 pm on October 9. For the convenience of guests, Tesla provides a shuttle service. Frequent buses will run from the Fangschleuse train station (accessible with the RE1 of the Deutsche Bahn) to the event site, and will also take people back to the train station at the end of the event. In addition, the company will also provide parking for cars, the plan for which will be published later.
It is also worth noting that guests will be required to comply with the relevant regulations in relation to the ongoing pandemic. Visitors are only allowed to enter the event if they meet one of the 3G rules and must show appropriate proof at the entrance. Proof must be provided in the original form or via an approved app.
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