Today, Motorola shut down their Moto X factory in Texas to celebrate their grand opening. The factory is churning out somewhere around 100,000 Moto X phones per week.
Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside says that the facility is capable of producing "tens of millions" of phones a year but expansion of the plant will be based on demand for the device(s) produced. It is unclear how many of these 100,000 per week are Moto Maker customizations or the standard black and white versions destined for the average consumer to purchase direct from their carriers. Woodside did make it clear that Motorola is selling a sizable number of customized units and that they are turning a profit.
Check out a look at the inside of the factory by clicking the image below. Pretty cool.