Production Tesla Model 3 partially halted

‘Shortage of microchips’

Tesla has shut down part of the Model 3 production in Fremont, USA until March 7, sources from Bloomberg news agency report. This may be the result of the global shortage of computer chips for the automotive industry.

Employees on a production line for the Model 3 in Fremont have reportedly been told they will be leaving work from February 22 to March 7. The California plant’s annual production capacity is 500,000 Model 3 and Model Y. Tesla has not shared why it has shut down production, but the decision is believed to be related to the global shortage of computer chips affecting the automotive industry. been teasing for some time now. Last month, Tesla had already warned that this shortage could have consequences for production.

Tesla has opposite Bloomberg not yet responded to the temporary production stop. It is not clear how many copies Tesla is now missing of the Model 3 due to the temporary closure of the production line. Tesla also has a factory in Shanghai, but as far as is known, production can continue there as usual.

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