Drone operator Jason Yang spotted over 300 Tesla sedans within GF3’s parking lot in preparation delivery. Car carriers were also seen transporting locally-made Tesla Model 3 to delivery centers across China.
Global Times estimated weekly Tesla China output will be 2,900 units at the phase-1 factory. It will take time to fully ramp.
Tesla plans to produce more than 1,000 cars a week by the end of 2019 from the Shanghai factory and deliver Chinese-made cars before the Spring Festival, the Chinese New Year January 25.
* 500 Tesla’s produced so far
* 500 built and delivered Dec 8-14
* 800 built and delivered Dec 15-21
* 1100 built and delivered Dec 22-28
* 600 built and delivered Dec 29-31
Total of 3500 from Tesla China in 2019.
Breaking: Tesla China received Greenlight to sell and deliver Made in China Model 3, another milestone for $TSLA
Confirmed with Tesla China’s VPs social media accounts & gov doc.
— Vincent (@vincent13031925) December 6, 2019
— Vincent (@vincent13031925) December 8, 2019
Currently Fremont is running at about ~8750 cars per week (all 3 models) so ~450k per year. GF3 CAN only scale to 150k per year so next year it will probably build ~100k best case. Fremont will ramp more. So lets say they hit 500k for the calendar year. Now you have 600k cars
— Johan Nel (@F150Trucklet) December 8, 2019
Tesla Owner in Shanghai visits Shanghai Gigafactory 3 today to find out that they are transporting Made in China Model 3 to Delivery center across China
. Posted on 小特APP @xiaoteshushu #Tesa #TeslaChina #gigafactory #GF3 #China #特斯拉 #中国 $TSLA pic.twitter.com/FneGqqCHV7
— Jay in Shanghai
(@JayinShanghai) December 7, 2019
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