While the car market, which was in a very troubled situation due to the coronavirus, gained momentum again with the normalization period, sales especially in China reached the old levels again.
However, the tension between the USA and China has dropped the interest in Tesla cars in the country.
According to LMC Automotive data, orders for Tesla vehicles produced in China fell 25 percent monthly in July, dropping from 15 to 529.
NO TRANSFER TO SHARES
While Tesla shares have increased by 30 percent in the last 30 days, the sharp drop in orders has not had a reflection in the pre-opening processes.
Tesla had previously announced that the company's shares would pass through five divisions in the form of equity dividends on August 31, making it more suitable for investors.