Deliveries of the China-made Tesla Model 3 are expected soon as carriers have been spotted leaving the factory.
It might be related to the reportedly recently obtained subsidy approval for the MIC Model 3, of around 24,750 yuan ($ 3,500). It's possible that Tesla waited on deliveries to get all the bureaucratics done.
Below we attached a Twitter post from Jay in Shanghai, which shows images of Model 3s on a carrier.
The EV Stock Channel recently estimated, using the growing number of MIC Model 3 on the parking lot at the Gigafactory 3 as a base, that the production rate between November 29 and December 5 increased to over 40 a day (1,250 a month).
Other unofficial sources say that as of December 9, the production already reached 1,000 units per week (some 4,000 per month or 50,000 a year).
Well, now we are just waiting on the reports of first deliveries of MIC cars.