The Tesla Giga Shanghai plant in China currently is the biggest electric car plant in the world, considering the production volume.
It repetitively produces enough cars to exceed 50,000 sales/export of Made-in-China (MIC) Model 3/Model Y – in November, October and September. And 50,000 per month requires a rate of less than 1 minute per car.
It means also that the volume is already at a level of 650,000 per year.
According to the recent videos (recorded on December 24), posted by Wu Wa, a peak rate of Model 3/Model Y might be even higher.
The first video includes a ten-minute segment and a five-minute segment of the Model Y leaving the workshop. Drive Tesla says that during the 10-minute segment, 16 new cars were completed, which would be 38 seconds per car on average. In the following 5-minute segment, 7 cars were completed, which translated to an average of 44 seconds per car.
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