In 2020, Tesla acquired a building in a Nevada industrial park. The facility is reportedly over 500,000 square feet. Electrek says reliable sources have confirmed that it's the location of an upcoming Tesla Semi production line. The building is located in Sparks, Nevada. It's adjacent to a Tesla-owned warehouse.

How many all-electric Semis will Tesla produce in 2021? There are still few details when it comes to two of Tesla's most sought-after projects, and they're both trucks. Tesla plans to officially launch its Semi and Cybertruck this year. While the Cybertruck will be manufactured at Tesla's new factory in Texas, the Semi will be produced near the company's original Gigafactory in Nevada.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has made some recent Twitter comments related to the Semi. More specifically, he talked about the project being battery constrained, which comes as no surprise as that's become the case with many EVs.
Refreshingly electric: PepsiCo has placed orders for 100 Tesla Semi electric trucks.

Tesla Semi will have a per-charge range of up to 800 kilometres.
PepsiCo has reportedly confirmed that as many as 15 Tesla Semi electric trucks will join its fleet by the end of 2021. Tesla Semi has created quite a lot of buzz in recent times and the class 8 truck with an 80,000-lb capacity is expected to have at least a 300-mile range (480 kilometres) per charge.
Tesla Semi was first showcased in 2017 and the California-based EV giant has confirmed the first batch of production-ready Semi units will start getting delivered to customers this year. 

While the more affordable version will have a 300-mile range, there will also be a more expensive model with a 500-mile (800 kilometers) per-charge range.

A long per-charge range could be quite the clincher for companies looking at electrifying their respective transport fleets. 
A subtly redesigned Tesla semi truck prototype was spotted in California recently.

The updated electric semi truck prototype was spotted on a trailer in Sacramento, California and is thought to have been heading to the Tesla factory in Reno, Nevada.