Elon Musk bets a $25,000 EV ‘revolution’ with Tesla Model 2 production

Elon Musk offered a few intriguing details about this highly anticipated vehicle, hinting at the advanced stage of development and a production process unlike anything seen before.

While the Cybertruck may have stolen the headlines recently, Tesla’s upcoming $25,000 car, tentatively called the Model 2, is quietly shaping up to be the real game-changer. In a recent interview, Elon Musk offered a few intriguing details about this highly anticipated vehicle, hinting at the advanced stage of development and a production process unlike anything seen before.

Tesla’s Model 2, the company’s upcoming $25,000 car, is expected to be a game-changer in the electric vehicle market and showcase Tesla’s cutting-edge manufacturing technology. Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, recently revealed some details about the Model 2’s production process in an interview with Sandy Munro, a veteran automotive engineer and analyst.

According to Musk, the Model 2 will be built in the US at Tesla’s Gigafactory in Texas, where the Cybertruck, the company’s futuristic pickup truck, is assembled. The Gigafactory Mexico, which was initially rumored to be the first production site for the Model 2, will be ready after the car’s launch, Musk said.

Musk also confirmed that he is reviewing the Model 2 production plans every week, indicating that the project is in an advanced stage of development. He said that the Model 2 will be made in very high volumes and that the production line will be unlike any other in the automotive industry.

“The revolution in manufacturing that will be represented by that car will blow people’s minds,” Musk said. “It is not like any car production line like anyone’s ever seen. It is a level of production technology that is far in advance of any automotive plant on Earth.”

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