Tesla Canada’s R&D, Charging, and Manufacturing teams highlighted in new video

You might not know it, but Tesla has a big presence in Canada outside of its growing network of retail locations. This includes research & development (R&D) teams, a charging team, and even manufacturing teams.

To highlight how important their Canadian connection is, and to recruit more employees, Tesla has released a new video through its Linkedin account showcasing the various teams across the country.

The video starts off with Materials Engineer Hongyang, who describes how his team’s work improves Tesla’s production processes to make them more efficient and environmentally friendly.

We even get to see some glimpses of a test battery production line with the new 4680 cells.

We also get to see Sonia from the Tesla Canada Supercharger team, who has been with the company for over four years. The interview is a little dated as she talks about the Trans-Canada Supercharger network and mentions the Charlottetown Supercharger as coming soon, but it opened in late September.

The video also covers the mechanical design and manufacturing teams in Toronto, which help to design the factory floorplans to optimize flow and maximize work space. The team also programs the manufacturing machines to ensure they work as intended.

You can check out the full video below.

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