Tesla delays plan to restore Shanghai output to pre-lockdown levels
Tesla has delayed a plan to restore production at its Shanghai plant to levels before the city’s COVID-19 lockdown by at least a week, according to an internal memo seen by Reuters.
The U.S. electric car maker originally aimed to increase output at its Shanghai plant to 2,600 cars a day from May 16.
But the latest memo said that it plans to stick to one shift for its Shanghai plant for the current week with a daily output of around 1,200 units. It also said that it would now aim to increase output to 2,600 units per day from May 23.