The number of Tesla's new car registrations in China in February fell by 35% to 2,314, most of which were Chinese-made Model 3, according to data from China Automotive Information Net.
Model X registrations were 29, and Model S registrations were 1 in February.
This is the second consecutive month that Tesla's new car registrations have fallen in China. Last month, Tesla's new car registrations in China fell 46% month-on-month and 318% year-on-year.
In early February of this year, due to the new coronavirus epidemic, Tesla temporarily closed its Shanghai super factory for a period of time, and the company will have to delay delivery of the Chinese-made Model 3 originally scheduled for February.
Recently, Tesla Vice President Grace Tao said that the production capacity of Tesla's Shanghai Super Factory has rebounded rapidly and has exceeded the pre-epidemic level.
The initial production capacity of Tesla's Shanghai Super Factory at the end of 2019 is around 2,000 vehicles per week.
After resuming work and production, Tesla's current production capacity has been increased to more than 3,000 vehicles per week, and it will accelerate the goal of producing 150,000 vehicles per year by 2020.