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This factory really is going to be huge!
 

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I’m guessing the biggest building closest to the highway will be for Y & 3. Then the next biggest (middle) building will be Cybertruck. And the third for the semi.
 

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Working on graphics for this since this afternoon after tearing into this today. This factory is going to be EPIC! No other way to put it. We just need some designs to be released already!
 

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I’m guessing the biggest building closest to the highway will be for Y & 3. Then the next biggest (middle) building will be Cybertruck. And the third for the semi.
Well, the building closest to the wires is the most laid out and parts of it match the layout for the Y in Berlin and Fremont, so...

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To quote Elon during the CT reveal " Oh my Fu$%ing god"
 

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Im sure Teslas in house architects are knee deep in construction documents right now, i doubt a rendering is really on there mind.
I would have thought the architects would already have most of their work done, no?
 

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I would have thought the architects would already have most of their work done, no?
If they are permitting in stages like they did in Berlin no. Which i believe is what they are doing. So Its more like a bunch of small buildings being designed and permitted versus permitting the entire project all at once. Usually these are followed up with city comments and corrections, so they are still working trust me.

The above for example is just a permit to develop the site.. nothing about constructing the actual building yet.

Edit: This is NOT typical of normal construction.
 


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If they are permitting in stages like they did in Berlin no. Which i believe is what they are doing. So Its more like a bunch of small buildings being designed and permitted versus permitting the entire project all at once. Usually these are followed up with city comments and corrections, so they are still working trust me.

The above for example is just a permit to develop the site.. nothing about constructing the actual building yet.
Sure thing, you're the Architect. So when can we expect a render you think, time wise?
 

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Sure thing, you're the Architect. So when can we expect a render you think, time wise?
Lol.. that depends.. they could outsource the rendering to china and have it done tomorrow :p

But i actually wouldn't be shocked if they had something to show on battery day :cool: or once they start laying an actual foundation.
 

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That's why you get renders like the Berlin one where they pasted tulips around a storefront with just a block building behind.

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That's why you get renders like the Berlin one where they pasted tulips around a storefront with just a block building behind.

-Crissa
Which Rendering are you referring to?
 

 
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