Tesla China may have encountered many challenges before, but the company appears to be extremely bouncing back on its export output in China since Tesla Gigafactory reopened.
Recent drone flyover videos of the Shanghai South Port Terminal showed that Tesla’s massive assortment of vehicles is already parked at the pier, waiting to be loaded and shipped out of China just right after shipping out a surprisingly large batch last week.
Wu Wa, a China-based drone operator, stated in a Tweet, “Once again, the Shanghai Southport terminal surprised us with Glovis leaving just last week, and the terminal was filled again this week.
He also claimed that it was clear that at least some of the Model Y crossovers were probably made for the Australian market during his recent drone flyover.
Giga Shanghai has just produced its 1-millionth vehicle achieving Tesla over 3-million milestone of total EVs produced since its first production. While also producing EVs for the most extensive local market in the world, Tesla’s factory in China has advanced to be the company’s primary export hub.