Elon Musk is no stranger to big solar power announcements.
But when Tesla is truly 100 percent on solar, the company can create a “game changers” opportunity, according to the president of the solar energy company’s manufacturing unit.
Tesla has already been able to transform itself into a “transformational” company that’s made significant progress in scaling its manufacturing and customer base, said Steve Turner, vice president of manufacturing at Tesla’s manufacturing division.
Tesla already sells batteries for the Model S sedan, which is capable of up to 700 miles of range.
Tesla has been able produce more than 10,000 Model S cars per day, which will make it possible for the company to produce the Model X SUV.
That vehicle will be able to go about 1,000 miles on a single charge.
But the Model Y SUV is expected to be Tesla’s first mass-market vehicle, which means it will have a much larger battery pack.
Turner said Tesla is planning to go as far as 30 percent more efficient than the Model 3 sedan, a more powerful vehicle.
Tesla will need to scale its manufacturing capacity to meet the demands of the Model E and Model X, which have more than 1 million customers each.
Tesla’s manufacturing capacity will grow even further in the future, Turner said.
That’s because Tesla is developing new technologies for building battery packs, which can improve battery performance.
Tesla is also building new manufacturing facilities, including its new factory in Fremont, California, where the company is planning a $4 billion factory that will create more than 4,000 new jobs.
Tesla’s current production facility is the former Gigafactory in Sparks, Nevada, which was built to make lithium-ion batteries for smartphones and electric cars.
Tesla is also constructing an “interconnected” factory in Sparks that will use lithium-air batteries to power the upcoming Model 3, which could eventually be called the Tesla Model 3 Gigafloat.
Tesla also is building new factories in China and Japan, where it plans to build its next generation of battery packs.
In an interview with Bloomberg Businessweek, Turner reiterated that Tesla is investing heavily in its manufacturing operations, but that he didn’t want to reveal the amount of money the company was spending on each factory.
Turner also told the magazine that Tesla has no plans to add more plants to build batteries for its vehicles.
He also said Tesla will be working on new technology for making batteries that can improve performance.
He said Tesla plans to make battery cells that are “more energy efficient and less expensive” to make.
But he declined to say what the technologies are or how much they cost.
He said Tesla’s goal is to create a battery pack that is “as energy efficient as possible and as energy dense as possible.”
The goal is also to make the battery pack “as good as possible for both battery charging and discharging.”
But it won’t be easy.
“There will be challenges in that space,” Turner said, noting that Tesla’s battery pack manufacturing process is “very difficult to optimize.”
The company is currently working on an improved process for creating batteries that are more efficient.
Tesla needs to make these changes quickly because the company faces several significant challenges, according the company’s Musk.
The company has been hit by a series of product delays and problems that are being attributed to the company and its employees.