Tesla sells 82,432 China-made vehicles in Nov, up 14.31% from Oct
Tesla sold 82,432 China-made vehicles in November, marking a 14.31% increase from October and a 17.81% decrease from the same period last year. In the January-November period, Tesla sold a total of 853,603 China-made vehicles, indicating a 30.31% increase compared to the previous year. The sales figures were released by the China Passenger Car Association (CPCA). Tesla's factory in Shanghai, with an annual production capacity of over 950,000 vehicles, is its largest in the world and serves as both a local and export hub.
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(NASDAQ: TSLA) sold 82,432 China-made vehicles in November, up 14.31 percent from 72,115 in October, but down 17.81 percent from 100,291 in the same month last year, according to data released today by the China Passenger Car Association (CPCA).
In the January-November period, Tesla sold 853,603 China-made vehicles, up 30.31 percent from the same period last year.
Tesla has a factory in Shanghai that currently has an annual production capacity of more than 950,000 vehicles, its largest in the world, according to the company's third-quarter financial report released in October.
The plant, which produces the Model 3 sedan and Model Y crossover, not only delivers to local consumers, but is also an export hub for Tesla. A breakdown of local deliveries and exports is not currently available.
Giga Shanghai began operations in late 2019 and started deliveries of the locally produced Model 3 in January 2020 and the locally produced Model Y in January 2021.