Elon Musk launches enthusiastic dance moves at the opening of the Gigafactory Tesla

“Danke Deutschland!!”

Musk Dance

He had to.

Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla showed off her incredibly awkward dance moves during the inauguration by the electric car manufacturer of its Gigafactory in Berlin, Germany, today.

It’s a bit of a tradition now. At a 2020 event celebrating the first deliveries to the company’s Gigafactory in Shanghai, Musk also did an awkward “NSFW” jig and what can only be loosely described as a striptease.

So hats off, Musk. You did it again.

Long road

“Danke Deutschland!!” Musk tweeted to commemorate the opening.

The billionaire certainly has reason to celebrate the opening of the company’s massive new factory in the heart of Europe. Tesla was strained throughout the process of building the factory, from major objections from locals to serious environmental concerns.

The company persevered, however, and finally obtained its latest environmental permit earlier this month.

“Glad to be handing over the first production cars made by Giga Berlin-Brandenburg tomorrow!” Musk tweeted monday.

Vacancies

Today, the company has the daunting task of getting things done, from establishing supply lines to staffing positions.

In fact, the company’s careers page is full of hundreds of vacancies at the new Berlin plant, including supervisor, engineer, electrician, and quality assurance positions.

The plant will also include Tesla’s “most advanced paint shop”. according to Musk“with more amazing color layers that change subtly with curvature.”

It’s a big day for the company, highlighted by Musk’s clumsy gestures. Chances are we’ll see it do another shakeup when the company opens its next factory in Austin, Texas this year.

And frankly, he probably deserves a little celebration.

READ MORE: Elon Musk carries on Tesla tradition by dancing at Giga Berlin’s first Model Y transfers [Teslarati]

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