Tesla’s Fremont and Giga Nevada facilities have manufactured 3 million cars.

Tesla recently marked a significant milestone by reaching a production output of three million cars at its Fremont factory and Gigafactory Nevada. This achievement comes less than two years after surpassing the two million mark at these facilities. The announcement was accompanied by photos featuring the production team at Gigafactory Fremont alongside the three millionth electric vehicle, a stylish deep blue metallic Model S.

Furthermore, the company revealed plans for expansion, which is projected to create 6,500 full-time positions and increase the production capacity of 4680 battery cells to supply two million light-duty vehicles annually.

This expansion underscores Tesla’s commitment to scaling up its operations and meeting the growing demand for electric vehicles. The rapid pace of production growth highlights the increasing momentum of the electric vehicle market and Tesla’s position as a key player in driving this shift. As the company continues to expand its production capabilities, it will likely further solidify its presence in the EV industry and contribute to shaping the future of sustainable transportation.

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