After reports of halting production, Tesla China is ramping up its production by exporting a new batch of electric cars.
Tesla has reportedly exported its second shipment batch from its Gigafactory 3 in Shanghai. According to a tweet shared by @42how that cited Kankanews, a ship loaded with more than 4,000 units of Tesla cars left Shanghai port bound for Belgium on Sunday. The said tweet was retweeted by Tesla.
Tesla made two batches of export, the first shipment was made last week with a total of 4,767 EVs, and the automaker exported another batch within the week.
According to a report by DongFang TV, Tesla shipped more than 4,000 units on May 15. The video’s caption was translated as follows:
“As one of the first batch of white list enterprises to resume work and production in Shanghai, Tesla has continuously accelerated the delivery speed of orders since the resumption of work on April 19, striving to make up for the early production tasks. After the resumption of work on May 11, the first batch of 4,767 electric vehicles were shipped and exported, and this morning there were more than 4,000 vehicles.”
“The electric cars will be shipped out of the port and this is the second full ship of electric cars exported from Tesla’s Shanghai factory in less than a week.”
Tesla reportedly halted most of its production last week. Contrary to this, the automaker seems to be ramping its production again as it has made exports already.