Tesla Aims 2 Million Run-Rate By End Of 2022

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Tesla Aims 2 Million Run-Rate By End Of 2022
Tesla Aims 2 Million Run-Rate By End Of 2022

Elon Musk says Tesla will have a new facility this year and at least a dozen more in the times to come.

Tesla is increasing production capacity. And in what way? With a clear goal of expanding its already amazing lead in the market of electric cars (EVS), Elon Musk’s firm is now aiming to complete the current calendar year by reaching the 20 lakh annual production milestone. The stakes are high, the strain is on, and the goal may be within reach.

The 20 lakh milestone is seen to be critical because Tesla’s ultimate goal is to produce two crore units per year by 2030. While that sum may appear overly ambitious, Musk has already revealed intentions to build at least a dozen additional plants throughout the world in the coming years. Currently, the two most recent Tesla factories, in Berlin and Texas, are steadily building up capabilities to fire on all cylinders. Tesla is on the march for a firm that managed to produce slightly more than a million units in 2021. “If everything goes as planned,” Musk added, “we’ll be exiting 2022 at a 2 million annual run rate.”

The 20 lakh milestone is seen to be critical because Tesla’s ultimate goal is to produce two crore units per year by 2030. While that sum may appear overly ambitious, Musk has already revealed intentions to build at least a dozen additional plants throughout the world in the coming years. Currently, the two most recent Tesla factories, in Berlin and Texas, are steadily building up capabilities to fire on all cylinders. Tesla is on the march for a firm that managed to produce slightly more than a million units in 2021. “If everything goes as planned,” Musk added, “we’ll be exiting 2022 at a 2 million annual run rate.” New Tesla facility on the eastern coast of the US as well as one in the UK. Would all of the existing factories as well as new facilities eventually combine to help Tesla achieve its established goal? Time will tell.

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