A few days ago, the Federation of Passenger Transport Associations announced China's car sales data. Tesla's wholesale sales in October again exceeded 50,000 units, reaching 54,391 units, a year-on-year increase of 245%! Second only to BYD, which sold 80373 units.

Among them, the number of models used for export exceeded 40,000 for the first time, accounting for nearly 80% of the total wholesale, and the cumulative total this year has reached 150,000.

Some people may have doubts. If more than 50,000 units have been produced and more than 40,000 have been exported, isn't there only about 10,000 units left in China? This is not in line with Tesla's current status in the domestic market.

It is necessary to explain Tesla's production strategy in China: at the beginning of each quarter, its production capacity will be mainly used for export, and October will be the first month of the fourth quarter of 2021. More than 50,000 vehicles will be produced. Of course, most of them are used for delivery to overseas markets.

Not surprisingly, the production capacity in China in December will be concentrated on the Chinese market, and the Chinese sales of Tesla models will increase significantly!

Tesla’s recent happy events have continued. Not long ago, the famous North American car rental company Hertz directly ordered 100,000 Model 3s. The total order amount reached 4.2 billion US dollars, and Musk did not give the other party even one discount.

With the advancement of electrification worldwide, Tesla, as a leader in electric vehicles, has good days to come.

Of course, I hope that Tesla can strictly control the quality of its products while increasing production. Otherwise, foreign buyers will find Chinese-made ham sausages in the Model Y armrest box.

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