How the Tesla Model S is Made: A Behind-the-Scenes Tour

Ear­li­er today, we showed you what goes into mak­ing a Stein­way grand piano. Now we’re head­ing clear across the coun­try, from New York to Cal­i­for­nia, to the fac­to­ry where the Tes­la Mod­el S is made. The process could­n’t be more dif­fer­ent. Stein­way is all about wood and crafts­men; Tes­la about met­al and mind-blow­ing robot­ics. A piano takes a year to build; a Tes­la, 3–5 days. But what do they ulti­mate­ly have in com­mon? A price tag that can rise well north of $60,000.

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