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Tesla’s Gigafactories have their own distinctive look.

Shaped like massive, industrial diamonds, each Gigafactory is a daunting facility that inspires awe. So far, the Gigafactory design appears to have evolved to some degree, with Giga Nevada adopting a monolithic form and Giga Shanghai and Berlin seemingly adopting a more segmented design comprised of several large buildings. 

Recently shared plans for Giga Texas suggests that the upcoming facility will not be following either of these themes. Thanks to a copy of the Giga Texas site plan shared by drone operators and Tesla enthusiasts Joe Tegtmeyer and Jeff Roberts, the electric car community has been able to get a pretty solid idea of the upcoming facility’s form. Based on its site plan, Gigafactory Texas will adopt a never-before-seen design, with three massive buildings that are over a kilometer long each. 




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