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Stunning Aerial Footage of Giga Berlin Reveals Mysterious Art and Model Y Vehicles

There is some stunning aerial footage of Giga Berlin and in this footage, we can see some mysterious artwork on the walls of the building along with Model Y vehicles in the parking lot.

We see some stunning aerial footage from a drone flyover of Giga Berlin. There are many different unique art pieces, spanning several stories on edges of the building that come out. This is very detailed and mysterious artwork and makes Giga Berlin a truly unique looking giga factory.

What's also interesting is that Giga Berlin, which should be approved any day now for production, still have portions that are under construction and this leads me to believe that there's much more construction to go on for this Tesla giga factory even after the first production vehicles roll off the assembly line.

There's at least 3 stories in Giga Berlin with some sections under construction having 4 stories. That's a lot of stories and I'm sure each story will have its own unique purpose. I'm sure two purposes will be to create Model Y Performance vehicles as well as utilize the unique paint shop. In fact, I think some of these Model Y vehicles are what you see in the parking lot from this drone fly over video.

Giga Berlin Production and Approval

I've been seeing news stories pop up that Giga Berlin is set to begin customer deliveries in March from an internal Tesla email. Usually these new stories are legit, but we still haven't received word of final approval of Giga Berlin. In fact, this is one of my main questions for the upcoming Tesla Q4, 2021 earnings call - What is going on with Giga Berlin and when will it receive final approval?

The answer may very well be that it's going to be approved next week, but we need to hear from Elon Musk on this and nobody else to truly know the answer. We can't rely on people walking around asking other people questions. Elon Musk will best know if Giga Berlin is going to be approved anytime soon or not.

I think it would be a huge black eye if Germany hasn't approved Giga Berlin and it's April, 2022. If that happens, will the factory ever be approved? Germany might as well just indefinitely keep the factory from producing cars for customers at that point. What else does Tesla need to do to get final approval for Giga Berlin? I mean, how many issues can you throw at the factory to delay it?

The good news is that I think Giga Berlin will start production this quarter (Q1, 2022), as will Giga Texas and once that starts, it's like releasing a race horse and we'll only see more and more cars being produced as Tesla ramps production in a way that is faster than they have ever done before - even faster than Giga Shanghai.

What do you think about Tesla's art and drone flyover at Giga Berlin? Will Giga Berlin start production in March, 2022?

Jeremy Johnson is a Tesla investor and supporter. He first invested in Tesla in 2017 after years of following Elon Musk and admiring his work ethic and intelligence. Since then, he's become a Tesla bull, covering anything about Tesla he can find, while also dabbling in other electric vehicle companies. Jeremy covers Tesla developments at Torque News. You can follow him on Twitter or LinkedIn to stay in touch and follow his Tesla news coverage on Torque News.

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