Tesla is opening its doors to visitors living near their new factory in Germany. This factory, which will produce models of the American company for the European market, was often on the front pages of the media, especially due to problems related to environmental protection.
The construction of the gigafactory worth 5.8 billion euros has been under the watchful eye of the German public since the very beginning of construction, and now Tesla CEO Elon Musk has invited everyone interested to visit the factory, which is expected to start working next month.
The construction of the factory is delayed, primarily due to the appeal of the German public that it will have a bad impact on the environment. Elon Musk visited Germany in August, where he talked with the leaders of the state about these problems, and confirmation from the province of Brandenburg that this Tesla plant is in compliance with environmental regulations is still pending. However, Elon Musk on Twitter invited all interested citizens of Brandenburg and Berlin to visit the factory on October 9 and see for themselves its quality.
Visitors will be able to enter the factory, but also to try out the Tesla Model Y, and food trucks have been announced that will complete this "fair". A big visit is expected, so Tesla recommended everyone to use public transport to get to the factory. All visitors must meet at least one of the 3 conditions (vaccinated, tested, or laid down Covid-19).