As Tesla’s flagship production facility, the Fremont plant churns out all four electric cars in the Elon Musk-led company’s current lineup: the Model 3 sedan, the Model Y SUV, and the more upscale Model S and Model X.
The plant has the capacity to make 600,000 cars a year, compared with 450,000 that Tesla’s factory in Shanghai, China can produce, the company says.
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District has slapped Tesla with notices of violation “relating to air permitting and related compliance” for the Fremont plant, according to the company’s February annual report. Tesla said it has disputed some of the allegations.
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