Tesla sold 56,000 China-made cars in September
A new all-time high record for the company
Tesla sold over 56,000 China-made electric vehicles last month, in September, making it the highest month for the company since it started production in Shanghai around two years ago, according to data by the CPCA.
The total amount was 56,006 cars, which is a 27% increase in sales from August, in which the Elon Musk led company sold 44,264 China-made vehicles, including 31,379 that were exported.
Most of these vehicles were sold directly in China itself, and of the total, as per CPCA’s data, 3,853 vehicles were exported from the automaker’s Shanghai factory throughout September.
Location On Point
The company’s Shanghai Gigafactory now makes even more cars than its Fremont factory in California, Musk shared during the company's annual shareholders' meeting.
He also stated that the Shanghai factory was "the best quality, lowest cost and also low drama." location, making it a powerful location for Tesla.
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