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Tesla’s Engineering Headquarters in California

Tesla’s move from California to Texas in 2021 didn’t mean the automaker was leaving the West Coast state for good. In recent weeks, Tesla debuted a new engineering headquarters in Silicon Valley, located near its Fremont, California Gigafactory and a number of other tech companies.

Tesla’s engineering headquarters is now officially located in Palo Alto, California, and was announced by the company and Governor Gavin Newsom at an opening event. The office space is located in a former Hewlett-Packard building, and CEO Elon Musk says the opening of the engineering headquarters in the space is “poetic.”

At the opening event, Musk explained that the Palo Alto location would be “effectively a headquarters of Tesla,” while Austin, Texas would remain its main headquarters. Tesla’s engineering operations will take place in Palo Alto, while most of its Car manufacturing and corporate functions will report to Texas.

It is still unclear what Tesla will specifically focus on in Palo Alto. However, Musk previously said the company would build the upcoming Optimus robot at the location, and it is likely that its Autopilot and Full Self-Driving beta programs will be hosted at the site. In general, AI operations can be expected to fall under the company’s engineering program.

California remains a host to many rivaling autonomous driving companies, including the General Motors-owned Cruise (San Francisco) and Google parent Alphabet’s Waymo (Mountain View). Additionally, Apple is testing autonomous driving and the tech giant is headquartered in Cupertino.

In January, Tesla said its total California operations had increased to about 47,000 employees in the state. The company’s history in California is vast, and its Fremont factory was the first at-volume plant for the company’s cars. Additionally, the site still ships automobiles around the world today, and Musk says the state will remain a key region of growth for Tesla in the years to come.

Tesla’s return to the Bay Area is an exciting development for the company, and it will be interesting to see what the automaker does with its new engineering headquarters. It is sure to be a critical part of the company’s operations in the years to come.

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