On March 10, the Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology spoke with Tesla regarding its HW2.5 hardware downgrade scandal.
Recently, an owner of Tesla’s upgraded Model 3 reported on Weibo that the hardware code of their car controller was inconsistent with the number on the documents of the vehicle.
Tesla is applying to offer a new version of their China-made Model 3, according to a document from China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.
Following a temporary suspension of production due to the coronavirus outbreak, California-based EV-maker Tesla’s Shanghai gigafactory has resumed its normal business.
On February 3, Chinese battery manufacturer CATL announced that it has signed a two year supply agreement with Tesla effective between July 1, 2020 and June 30, 2022.
For the first time since 2016, Tesla has surpassed the Chinese automaker BYD as the world's new energy vehicle sales champion, with 367,500 vehicles sold.
The public delivery of domestically made Model 3 cars will officially begin next week.
Tesla held a "Made in China Model 3 Employee Delivery Ceremony" in Shanghai on Monday, delivering the first domestically produced Model 3 cars to the first batch of employee owners.
Tesla seems to be kicking off the deliveries of the Made-in-China Model 3 ahead of schedule as transport trucks carrying the cars were seen leaving the automakers’s Shanghai Gigafactory.
Tesla's Gigafactory in China has been producing a large amount of Tesla Model 3 vehicles, however the company is still waiting for the official approval to begin selling the cars.
The Made-in-China Tesla Model 3 will be showcased at the Guangzhou International Motor Show on November 22.
On November 7, Tesla’s official Weibo account announced that the Chinese-made Tesla Model 3 is “coming soon” to the largest automotive market in the world.
On the morning of October 24, Tesla released the Q3 financial report for 2019. It shows that its profits reached $143 million, with the company’s per car revenue rate increasing by 22.8%.
Electric car maker Tesla’s landmark gigafactory in Shanghai has officially received the required power supply for preliminary production from the State Grid Corp of China.
Tesla announced on July 25 that the production of its Model 3 electric vehicles will start in the Shanghai Gigafactory by the end of the year.