Tesla China’s wholesale figures may have seen a massive drop in April as Giga Shanghai was shut down amidst the country’s anti-Covid measures, but May is shaping up to be completely different. This was highlighted recently when Tesla China exported its first batch of vehicles since Giga Shanghai resumed its vehicle production activities on April 19.
The first batch of exports from Giga Shanghai this month included 4,767 cars that were loaded into the cargo ship Glovis Splendor. Images taken of the shipment revealed that the vehicles were a mix of Model 3 sedans and Model Y crossovers. This suggests that Giga Shanghai’s production lines for both vehicles are ramping at a steady pace.
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Cargo ship Glovis Splendor departed from Shanghai Nangang wharf to Koper Port in Slovenia, shipping 4,767 Tesla vehicles, the first export for Tesla since Giga Shanghai's resumption on April 19.
Tesla China has a lot of catching up to do this second quarter. As per data released by the China Passenger Car Association (CPCA) on Tuesday, the country’s zero-Covid-19 policies and lockdowns caused a 97.7% month-over-month drop in Tesla China’s sales. Tesla China also did not export any vehicles in April.
Source & Photo: https://topcarnews.net/