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Corners were cut to accommodate the factory effluent, site constraints and egress for access around the structure. The tell is that they cut the corners of the building to maximize interior factory floor space to accommodate ”something”. Rather than simply pull the end of the building back keeping it square. Every sq in. was valuable enough to pay the cost of angle forming footings, foundations, exterior walls carried all the way to the roof. Something was worth it over and above architectural aesthetics.
That makes sense. I knew there had to be a practical explanation for the design.
I just couldn't figure it out.
I was hired for my looks not my brains. :rolleyes:

 

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Sure partial occupancy and pilot production are going to be ramping but Tesla is not going to have a factory firing on all cylinders until OCT 2023.
Illegal ICE reference, you are penalized 3 points
 

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First reference? What’s behind this image?
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Specifically, cybertruck img. Tesla, if it is corporate, is blanking the interface to ground(terra firma, atmospheric, bouyancy)
 

 

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