Tesla is planning to build a 500,000-square-foot "ecological paradise" in Giga Texas

Tesla has expanded its Giga Texas proposal to include an extra 522,720 feet (12 acres) of space. Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, revealed on Twitter that the extra acreage will be utilized for a "ecological paradise" close to the main facility. Musk, on the other hand, required that Tesla "first get the factory financially on its feet" before the green space can be developed.

The authorized area will extend from the southern end of Giga Texas to the Colorado River and will include a boardwalk and other attractions. Musk also indicated that the entire facility will be accessible to the general population.

Giga Texas alone spans over 250 acres and has approximately 10,000,000 square feet of production floor. The factory launched in April of last year and can presently produce roughly 250,000 automobiles per year. When fully operational, Tesla expects Giga Texas to produce over 500,000 vehicles per year.

Tesla presently has six manufacturing plants across the world, five of which are large enough to be called "Gigafactories." The carmaker intends to build 1.4 million vehicles this year, a 50% increase over the 930,422 EVs produced in 2021. Tesla's future Gigafactory may be located in Canada. Canada's minister of industry and innovation recently revealed that talks with Tesla had taken place, with the company allegedly exploring at multiple locations in Ontario and Quebec.

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