It appears Tesla may be considering further expansion in China, after Tesla China’s Vice-President Tao Lin recently met which Chinese officials in the city of Chongqing.
According to a report from Reuters, the meetings were to discuss “accelerating projects” in the area.
Local media also reported, citing unidentified sources, the new project would not be a factory, but would likely rather be for sales and maintenance of Tesla vehicles.
Tesla sales in China have been on a steady climb as production continues to ramp up at Giga Shanghai. Tesla reportedly sold 14,954 Model 3 vehicles in China in June, a 35% increase from the previous month.
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