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Tesla just reportedly checked out Tulsa and Austin as potential sites for its Cybertruck factory

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Tesla representatives visited Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Austin, Texas, this week to scope out a potential site for its own fifth Gigafactory, based on a TechCrunch report.
The most recent Gigafactory will create the Tesla Cybertruck and Model Y.
Tesla will announce which of those two finalist cities will be the site of this Gigafactory from the subsequent three weeks, and after this month, CEO Elon Musk said during the organization’s first-quarter conference call. 
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Tesla may be heading south due to its own fifth Gigafactory, as reported by a TechCrunch report by Kirsten Korosec.

TechCrunch reported May 15 which Tesla scouts seen Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Austin, Texas this week as potential sites for a Gigafactory which could create the Cybertruck as well as the Model Y crossover.  See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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