Take a tour inside Tesla’s first Gigafactory | CNBC Reports

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  • Published on:  Thursday, May 2, 2019
  • Tesla’s Gigafactory in Nevada is expected to be the largest building in the world by footprint once completed. CNBC’s Uptin Saiidi gets a rare look inside what Tesla founder Elon Musk calls, ‘the machine that builds the machine.’-----Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://cnb.cx/2wuoARMSubscribe to CNBC Life on YouTube: http://cnb.cx/2wAkfMvLike our Facebook page:https://www.facebook.com/cnbcinternat...Follow us on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/cnbcinterna...Follow us on Twitter:https://twitter.com/CNBCi#CNBC #Tesla #ElonMusk
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  • Sventasis

     2 months ago

    Am I liking CNBC coverage? How can this be?

  • Bo McGillacutty

     11 days ago

    They have some of the best coverage available.

  • M Heisenberg

     1 months ago

    New 2020 Tesla Roadster isn’t a supercar it’s a HYPERCAR. Big difference. TESLA PLEASE CORRECT THIS ON YOUR WEBSITE.

  • Chris Ose

     2 months ago

    Did CNBC wake up on the wrong side of the bed today? They almost always create Tesla FUD

  • w4csc

     14 days ago

    @IAN ALEX-- No, it's called pump and dump. Haven't you noticed TSLA closes at 33 but opens in the next morning way off from that close...then languishes all day slowly bleeding off stock price until the next close. The price boost came while the market was CLOSED when they pumped it up or dumped it off, so the average joe gets screwed either way. That's how the stock market works. It's as corrupt as the government.

  • Browning Lui

     2 months ago

    Me surprise too lol

  • Friedrich Hayek

     2 months ago

    Usually CNBC only hates on Tesla

  • Bo McGillacutty

     11 days ago

    CNBC interviews Tesla bulls on a regular basis, by hate you must mean they don't worship at the alter of Elon.

  • Friedrich Hayek

     15 days ago

    @Brendan this shitfest CNBC? and I thought their only speciality is fake news

  • Steven C D

     2 months ago

    Thanks for supporting Tesla. I'm 73. Tesla has not only made me feel like a kid again, I'm having fun while supporting future generations.

  • Tristan Patterson

     1 months ago

    Good on you Steven, never stop learning and wanting.

  • F. S.

     1 months ago

    I'm 46 and my father 82 and I also "infected" him with the excitement for Tesla and the electric cars. He also seem to have very much fun in supporting the future generations and it's also helping to deepen the bond between father and son to have this common interest now.

  • deviprasad raju vysyaraju

     2 days ago

    why does not us make the unused cities and lands turn green, so that temperature levels will reduce right??

  • Dadson worldwide

     2 months ago

    Really amazing to have witnessed this come together in so few years.

  • Arthur Frilingos

     2 months ago

    It seems you hear nothing for a couple of months, then suddenly- you see a video like this, and you realise TESLA have been busy behind the scenes! Making our world of tomorrow!

  • Jared Peterson

     2 months ago

    I just recently started working out there on the Panasonic side. It is huge, there a lot of ppl, many Tesla's, and so far seems to be a pretty good job.

  • at5840

     26 days ago

    How many days do you work? And what's the starting pay?

  • Jared Peterson

     26 days ago

    @at5840 I think there are also a couple staffing agencies that hire for Tesla/Panasonic also. I think 1 is Aerotek and the other is Intellisource. Just Google them and check it out if your intested.

  • Anwar Sadad

     2 months ago

    I think between here there, CNBC does produce quite a bit of fair reporting. I like this one.

  • touchdownraiders2009

     2 months ago

    Anwar Sadad not really but nice try.

  • Anwar Sadad

     2 months ago

    @Yer Bum Come on. Fair is a psycological term and these days it means you like it. Not fair when you don't like it :)

  • Ripper_ 09

     2 days ago

    I went on a school trip with other students from other schools on a interview for a chance to work for them and even get a share of their stock. Too bad I didnt make it, you didnt even need experience either. It was a pretty amazing tour.Fun fact I went about a month or two before this guy.

  • Tim Robin

     2 days ago

    Thumbs down for the evil lies coming from CNBC related to Tesla