Tesla is making leaps and bounds in the automotive industry. In the same way, he does it in other projects, as he demonstrated with one of his most innovative creations: Tesla bots, which are robots that walk and carry things. However, in the world of electric cars, while other companies that have existed for many years assemble cars in 30 hours per unit, Elon Musk’s company, only two decades old, is doing it in about 10 hours.
But since Tesla and Elon Musk surprise all the time, they already have a new technology for assembling electric cars called the Unboxed Process, which could even reach Mexico at the Monterrey plant, ready in early or late 2024. Will be ,
Tesla’s Unboxed Process
The unboxed process is a new technology for assembling its electric cars, which was presented at the investor day organized by the American manufacturer on March 1, 2023. The innovative process, which could reach Monterrey, where Tesla’s first gigafactory is being built in Mexico, has been said to revolutionize the automotive industry, as it will turn the traditional way of connecting vehicles by 180 degrees. Is turning
What Elon Musk is looking for with the so-called “modular assembly”, the unboxed process, is to reduce production costs in a very radical way. For the same reason, the Tesla project in Monterrey, Mexico, and the United States is important for the company, since there it is planned to manufacture a new generation of electric cars, the cost of which does not exceed 30 thousand dollars. The Tesla Model 2 could also be built there, which promises to be the cheapest zero-emissions vehicle from Elon Musk’s company.
How does Tesla’s unboxed process work?
Unlike the auto industry, Tesla will build its electric cars separately. Also, it will be done with fewer processes, more speed and less production cost. In short, the assembly will be reduced to something very simple. Currently, Tesla’s unboxed process is in testing.