Tesla Giga Mexico is approaching the laying of the first stone, as all permits have already been submitted and are under review. The Governor of Nuevo León has a positive outlook and looks forward to the announcement of the groundbreaking date at any time.
Nuevo León Governor Samuel Alejandro García Sepúlveda said that all permits for the construction of the Tesla Gigafactory in the municipality of Santa Catarina have been completed and are under review. He said that at any time the state and the company can announce the start of work, according to Milenio.
“We don't have a date yet, but the good news is that all permits, for the environment, for energy, for water, everything has already been checked, and progress is underway,” said García. “So at any moment we are going to let them know that the first stone is being laid,” he continued.
In addition, the governor said he has information that the design stage of the new generation electric vehicle—which will be assembled at Giga Mexico—is in its final stages. In parallel with this, Tesla is already finalizing the design of production lines for its production.
“What we have of information is that right now they are already in the final stage of the design of the new car, a new model, which is going to be, as far as we know, the best electric and economic car in the world, and it is going to be a milestone,” said García. “So, now, with the design finished, what we know is that they are already finishing the production lines, the software, and everything that must be ready to start the factory,” he added.
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