Cybertruck production rate reportedly 60 trucks an hour (as of 12/1/23)

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Idk seems a little optimistic imo
 

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Or... "there are 600 jobs per truck"

So one truck every 10 hours
If there were one job per station then once the queue is full, each job rotation would yield one truck.

But I'm not going to try and guess how many jobs per station or anything like that. Just gonna patiently wait
 


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Personally I don't see 1 truck a minute rushing through the line. That would be like a pace of an automated carwash on high speed. Yes, it's mainly robotic, but robots don't rush precision.

Rick
 

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🤣🤣 This Isn’t Correct.

at best, people are confusing a description of what the line is capable of / spec’d for, vs what it is currently (or anytime soon) doing
You clearly have your finger on the pulse of GigaAustin. So, is the HV line operational? If so, what is the current production rate (hour, day, or week)? If not, when will it be?
 

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Personally I don't see 1 truck a minute rushing through the line. That would be like a pace of an automated carwash on high speed. Yes, it's mainly robotic, but robots don't rush precision.

Rick
1 minute would be the pooping rate from say 10 or more production lines, each with a line of trucks behind each other at various stages of build.

Its not that they go from Start to Finish in a minute. The time a truck starts its build to the time it finishes could be hours.
 


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You clearly have your finger on the pulse of GigaAustin. So, is the HV line operational? If so, what is the current production rate (hour, day, or week)? If not, when will it be?
Hv line is “operational”, but a ramp is a ramp

and meanwhile, people seem to assume that what the line is producing is for general retail consumption


if you want some feel, check the VIN tracking page which is ~current-ish as of a ~week ago, and directionally telling
 

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Personally I don't see 1 truck a minute rushing through the line. That would be like a pace of an automated carwash on high speed. Yes, it's mainly robotic, but robots don't rush precision.

Rick
Probably being captain obvious here, but there’s not just one line to produce 1 truck per minute. There several lines going to produce a bunch of trucks at the same time.
 

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Asking the experts on here: (since Elon didn't reveal any details about how many will be built within the next 6 mths or so), what do you think we can expect?
 
 




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