According to CPCA data released on Tuesday, Tesla China delivered 28,217 vehicles in July, of which 19,756 were exported. The result represents a decrease of 64% from June due to three shutdowns at Tesla’s GigaShanghai aiming to upgrade the production for the upcoming months.
In July, the GigaFactory was shut down from the first day of the month until the 4th while Model Y line was shut down from July 1-18, and Model 3 line started was shut down from July 18 until the past Monday, August 8.
Recently, Tesla announced that produced 258,580 vehicles in the second quarter of which 254,695 were delivered, a decrease from the 310,048 units delivered in the first quarter. The company added that June was the highest vehicle production month in its history.
“In the second quarter, we produced over 258,000 vehicles and delivered over 254,000 vehicles, despite ongoing supply chain challenges and factory shutdowns beyond our control. June 2022 was the highest vehicle production month in Tesla’s history,” the automaker said.
Recently, Tesla unveiled that has built 1,200+ super charging stations and 700+ destination charging stations, covering 370 cities and regions in China.