Tesla Model Y remains best-selling premium SUV in China in Jan-April, even though sales near 0 last month
Tesla Model Y sales in China were 960 units in April, down 98 percent from 39,730 units in March.
Elon Musk confirms Tesla will expand Shanghai plant
China is the world's largest market for new cars and electric vehicles and will account for 25 or 30 percent of Tesla's total business in the long run, Musk said.
Tesla's Shanghai plant sees first vehicle exports since resuming production
The Glovis Splendor vehicle carrier with 4,767 Tesla vehicles departed from Shanghai's Nangang terminal to the Port of Koper in Slovenia.
BREAKING: Tesla sells only 1,512 China-made vehicles in April, produces 10,757
Wholesale sales of Tesla's China-made vehicles fell by 64,302 units, or 97.7 percent, in April compared with 65,814 units in March.
Tesla reportedly suspends production at Shanghai plant again due to supply issues
Among Tesla's suppliers facing problems is wiring harness maker Aptiv after an infection was found among its employees, according to the report.
Tesla owner who accused brake failure apologizes, admits fabricating facts
An owner who accused Tesla of brake failure has publicly apologized more than a year after the accident.
Tesla aims for Shanghai plant to get production back to pre-lockdown levels from May 16, report says
Tesla is aiming to run two shifts at its Shanghai plant from May 16 to produce 2,600 vehicles a day, according to Reuters.
Tesla reportedly to build new plant in Shanghai to add 450,000 cars to its annual capacity
Tesla outlined how it plans to further expand its factory in Shanghai in a letter sent to local officials, according to Reuters.
Tesla recalls 14,684 Model 3 vehicles in China due to software issue
This comes less than a month after Tesla last recalled 127,785 Model 3 vehicles in China.
OPPO users in China can now unlock their Tesla vehicles with their phones
For Tesla owners, they can now get the same senseless unlocking experience with some of OPPO's models as they can with iPhones.