Tesla is now making electric cars from scratch.
The company unveiled a prototype for its electric cars at the company’s factory in Fremont, California, earlier this month.
But as the company continues to build its electric vehicle lineup, it’s expanding its manufacturing process, which has previously been limited to manufacturing components that can be assembled into larger, more powerful vehicles.
The new production process, called “self-assembly,” means that the company can manufacture the car itself and then assemble the components in its own factory.
Tesla says it has already shipped about 50 cars, and is currently assembling the rest.
In a video, Tesla CEO Elon Musk explained how the process works.
When you assemble the car, you assemble a bunch of different components, such as the battery pack, the motor, the transmission, the battery, the air suspension, the steering, the wheels, and so on.
You also assemble the chassis and the wheels.
You assemble the wheels in the car.
You then assemble all the electronics in the chassis, and then you assemble that chassis and all the parts of the body in the factory.
You basically assemble the vehicle and assemble it on the assembly line, which is basically a giant assembly line.
The car then goes out to the production line.
You get all the assembly of the parts, then you can get the car on the production lines.
And once the car is assembled, you can put it back into the factory, and you can take it back to the customer, or you can send it to the test site, or wherever, and test it.
And you can test it, and that’s it.
You can put the car in the street and you have a car that’s safe, reliable, and can go anywhere in the world.
That’s pretty much it.
The video was made by Tesla, which says it’s now using the production process to produce its own electric vehicles.
Elon Musk’s company is still in the early stages of testing the vehicles.
It has not released any technical details about the production processes that it’s using.