Tesla ‘Made in Texas’ Model Y Debuts at Cyber Rodeo Event
Tesla held its ‘Cyber Rodeo’ event today at the company’s newest Gigafactory in Austin, Texas, where it announced the launch of its ‘Made in Texas’ Model Y vehicles, Tesla North is reporting.
The electric car maker said it plans to make 500,000 Model Y vehicles at Giga Texas, where the company is also making its new 4680 battery cells. CEO Elon Musk also joined the incredible invite-only event and took the stage to share details about Tesla’s past, present, and future.
Musk also announced that ‘Made in Texas’ deliveries would begin now. A stream of Model Y vehicles then drove on stage and right past, in black, blue, and white colours.
A new Model Y Standard Dual Motor version of the car was also on display, likely confirming a new entry version of the vehicle is slated to come.
You can watch Tesla’s Cyber Rodeo event at Giga Texas in its entirety below.