Tesla's Model 3 and Model Y in the Chinese mainland market are rumored to see a price reduction this Saturday.
According to comments on September 1 by Cui Dongshu, Secretary General of the China Passenger Car Association, Tesla's August delivery volume in the country is expected to have totaled about 77,000 vehicles, an increase of 173% from July.
Tesla China has recently asked local consumers to sign a "letter of commitment not to resell their cars," igniting heated discussion among domestic web users.
On June 26, Tesla filed a recall plan with the State Administration for Market Regulation Supervision of China as the company Tesla will make an online software update related to assisted driving.
Tesla Inc will start producing electric vehicle (EV) chargers in China next year, according to a Reuters report.
On Aug. 24, Tesla China’s official website quietly launched another localized Model Y with the pre-sale price ranging from 488,000 yuan to 535,000 yuan.
Tesla started delivering the first Made-in-China Model 3 sedans to the general public on January 7, one-year anniversary of the company’s Gigafactory 3 in Shanghai.
On March 15, Tesla launched its last piece of the Model series, the Model Y. It is more of an affordable version of Model 3.