WEBFI-TECH-HOURS AGO! Tesla Giga Berlin Puts Final Touches To The Front Lobby

We have a fresh video from Tesla Giga Berlin in which Jurgen, who has been chronicling Giga Berlin since day one, shows how Tesla works on the main lobby of Tesla’s first European Gigafactory.

The front area of Giga Berlin is called the Grand Lobby. And it looks like Tesla is actively putting the final touches on finishing the Grand Lobby’s construction.

What do you think they are doing at the lobby of Giga Berlin? Tesla has been working I think 2 months on Giga Berlin’s lobby, and I am sure it’s going to be spectacular. If anyone knows why it takes so long please explain in the comments section.

I thank Jurgen for these great Giga Berlin videos and for allowing us to share with Torque News community. Friends, I would like to raise several questions about the construction and the architecture of Giga Berlin factory. Why does this plant look so different from gigafactories of Shanghai and Austin?

Both of those have everything under one roof. Here everything is in separate buildings. Looks more along the line of the situation that is Fremont. You’d never guess this was the same company building the same car. German “engineering”? And what is with this huge (already paved) road stretching?


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  • Paul Klink on January 8, 2022

    Thank you for the update!

  • Dwight Vietzke on January 8, 2022

    …can't wait for the announcement about when the executive washrooms are finished.

  • Old Barn Menagerie on January 8, 2022

    The building looks awesome!

  • Reynold Mohns on January 8, 2022

    Having all those fire exits on the outside of the building increases the workspace volume. There is no waste of space. It can be all used for production.

  • Danny Vega on January 8, 2022

    Lots of workers on the grand lobby with Polish so that's why it's taking so long it's a lot of lights in there you know

  • Om Auto on January 8, 2022

    I believe Giga Texas is really two massive buildings side by side with a covered corridor between them. The buildings are separate to prevent fires from spreading from one to another. And different states/countries have different rules about how far apart etc they must be.

  • דני גדי on January 8, 2022

    in 2027 in 2 week it will open

  • Mirek Kloucek on January 8, 2022

    I think Elon learn lesson with German bureaucracy, what message dose it sent to other Investors to built in Germany. This is the last factory Tesla will built there.

  • Ram ramachandran on January 8, 2022

    Excellent , once the factory is completed Elon can hand it over to German government, German car maker’s environmental supporters

  • blackmoresarchangel on January 8, 2022

    These are all new processes .No other plant is like Giga Berlin.Mabe Austin is as close to Berlin.It takes time to get the building to the point of consumer quality.The workers on the lines need experience in actual production .Don't be suprised if it takes at least a month,Shanghia took a while to get the plant ramped up

  • TRSFC on January 8, 2022

    Is Elon Musk in Charge

  • K W on January 8, 2022

    2022 will be awesome. $2450 year end price target.

  • Roger Lee on January 8, 2022

    the factory is nowhere close to start manufacturing.

  • Dennis Berg on January 8, 2022

    Final permits have been delayed pending decisions by final inspectors yet to be chosen .

  • André Andre on January 8, 2022


  • Nestor Amado on January 8, 2022

    None of them, surely it is Japanese engineering.

  • borisbash on January 8, 2022

    Tesla has found a loophole in production by calling it testing. 2000 cars better than 0. They will be sold for sure.

  • Eugene de Lange on January 8, 2022

    This is final touches? You clearly don't understand what final touches mean. Once again you make deceptive comments under deceptive headings. Stupid service.

  • David M on January 8, 2022

    Germany is only building phase 1 of 4, Texas is building room for all 4 production lines at once. That’s why it’s so much bigger.

  • David M on January 8, 2022

    Tesla is doing the normal pre-production process. If they has full approval they would still be doing these test production runs.

  • Alain Belanger on January 8, 2022

    Theeting issues normal procedures

  • Геннадий Шабала on January 8, 2022

    Sehr interessant information danke gutes wetter

  • LightWing Studios on January 8, 2022

    Click Bait…AS USUAL.

  • Guy Pehaim on January 8, 2022

    Perhaps it's a case of different architects doing the designs among the different factories. The German architects apply what is expected in German industry circles in building such a facility Also the architecture may be more acceptable to the German populace.

  • WILFREDO COQUIOCO on January 8, 2022

    This is good news for everybody, all superior products start from testings to produce superior products..better to wait than get a rubbish product…

  • Guy Pehaim on January 8, 2022

    Unlike Ford which does beta testing with its customers, Tesla wants to ensure their products are the best they can be.

  • Shabi Kowsar on January 9, 2022


  • Rich B on January 9, 2022

    I am disappointed in the German bureaucrats slowing down startup and limiting expansion (not mentioned here) but not surprised.

  • QuantumSpin on January 9, 2022

    I am surprised you fell for the we need more test vehicles. When and if they get final approval, they would run production speed under the final approval for test vehicles. Look at Fremont , China and Austin plants.

  • モッシヒーロー on January 9, 2022

    We did a factory construction by going through the pastry work day and night to prevent environmental damage as soon as possible。Many months ago, the completion of the factory was disrupted by incompetent German officials。No manufacturing permit yet。Proven to all humanity。German officials do stupid things。

  • william woo on January 10, 2022

    Tesla solar panels on the Texas giga factories is going to be a positive energy generator. The extra energy will be stored and any left over will supply the grid. Tesla should also do the same thing to Berlin Giga factories and give the extra energy free to the town close to Giga Berlin. That would go along way to make peace with the people that live near the factory. Maybe down the road Tesla can build more solar panels and make electric free to the Berlin town. Tesla should do this to make friends

  • william woo on January 10, 2022

    I hope China doesn’t worry that opening up Giga Berlin will lose sales for China. Tesla should build the $25,000.00 car in China soon so that they have a chance to sell to Europe so that is my wish. Maybe even with Berlin production of Tesla, the demand exceeds Berlins car production. I hear good things about China manufacturing, with very little complaints on Tesla cars.

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