Tesla says delivery of China-made Model 3 will begin on Dec 30
Tesla said on Friday that the Model 3 cars produced in China will be delivered to employees starting on December 30, according to Bloomberg.
120 km range in 5 minutes! Tesla builds first V3 Superchargers in China
Tesla completed building the first V3 Superchargers in Shanghai on Friday and opened it to the public, marking the official entry of the Superchargers in the Chinese market which is also Asia's first V3 Superchargers.
Tesla reaches $1.29 billion loan agreement with Chinese bank for Shanghai plant
A regulatory document submitted by U.S. electric car maker Tesla on Thursday showed that the company has reached agreements with a number of Chinese banks on a secured term loan facility of up to 9 billion yuan ($1.29 billion).
A blogger tested Tesla Smart Summon in China and the results were funny
On December 24th, Weibo user @小特叔叔 released a test video of the Tesla Model 3 "Smart Summon" function in China. The test results were somewhat funny.
Bilibili, YouTube of China, will be available on all Tesla cars from Q1
Beginning in the first quarter of 2020, Chinese video streaming app Bilibili will be accessible to all Tesla models, including the upcoming CyberTruck pickup, according to Pandaily.
Tesla sparks controversy for selling Model 3 physical car keys in China
Tesla service centers in China have recently launched physical car keys for Model 3 that sell for 1,200 yuan, sparking a round of controversy among car owners.
A Tesla Model S in smoke sparks widespread concern in China
On Sunday evening, a Weibo user posted a video of Tesla Model S being surrounded by smoke and caused widespread concern.
Tesla is rumored to bring 'Smart Summon' function to Chinese owners
The upcoming Tesla system upgrade will not only have enhanced entertainment functions, but also Smart Summon, adjacent lane speed, voice-controlled seat heating and other functions, according to a Weibo user.
Seriously? Tesla's new system update will allow Chinese owners to play Mahjong on the car
Tesla said today that it will provide more video and gaming content to Chinese customers next year, and will provide online games on its vehicles for the first time.