Tesla Gigapress maker IDRA has posted a new video of the 9,000 ton Cybertruck die casting machine in testing.
This is a huge machine with simple-looking, yet sophisticated operations. It will die cast the Cybertruck. Tesla is not joking around. Cybertruck production has been sandbagged. I mean Tesla has lowered the expectations from Cybertruck. It requires less strengths and core competencies in order to produce relatively greater-than-anticipated result.
Remember, Cybertruck doesn’t require any painting. Throughput will be off the charts once the production line and battery supply are dialed in.
IDRA is so important that there is a thought in twitter that Tesla should perhaps consider buying IDRA. However, one Twitter blogger, named Mike Ball, writes that according to his memory, Tesla has tried to purchase IDRA, but “the offer was rejected.” Do you guys remember anything like this? Please, let me know in the comments section below, or if you think it would be a prudent business decision for Tesla to purchase IDRA and make its own die casting machines, known as Gigapresses.
If you look at the images of this giant Cybertruck Gigapress, it’s hard to have a size perspective. But if you look carefully, you will see that the work bench that is next to the ladder on the left is about 3.5 ft tall.
This video alone should greatly concern every single automotive CEO on the planet, as it shows how the future cars will be made. This is just wild! The competition has no shot at matching Tesla’s production lines in the next 5 years.
#cybertruck #tesla #CybertruckDieCasting
4:03 Cybertruck vs Model Y Interior View
This is Armen Hareyan from Torque News. Please follow us at on Twitter and for daily automotive news.
Torque News Tesla