Tesla Drives Insane Traffic at Shanghai Auto Show 2021, Especially MIC Model Y

by Eva Fox April 22, 2021

Tesla Drives Insane Traffic at Shanghai Auto Show 2021, Especially MIC Model Y

Local and foreign automakers looking to enter the world's largest automotive market are showcasing their electric vehicles at the Shanghai Auto Show 2021. Despite the variety of models and prototypes, Tesla's booth, as usual, attracted the highest attention and especially the made-in-China Model Y.

A range of electric vehicles and high-tech vehicles were unveiled at this year's 19th Annual Shanghai Auto Show. Automakers from around the world showcased their latest offerings across all price segments, from budget to luxury vehicles. Nevertheless, Tesla's booth, as always, has become a bright spot throughout the showroom.

Photos and videos from the site confirm that Tesla cars continue to attract very high attention, despite the fact that they no longer are a novelty. At the time of filming the video, more than 120 people were simultaneously at the company's booth, although it was difficult to accurately calculate. Tesla's Model Y presented in China earlier this year and generated particularly high interest. In order to understand the difference in the number of visitors, at the end of the video, the author filmed the stands of some other manufacturers, where there were only a few people.


Although several years have passed since Tesla entered the Chinese market, the company's cars made at Giga Shanghai continue to attract high interest. The ideal combination of price and quality encourages consumers to consider buying Tesla as the most worthy EV on the market today. Consumer love for the brand is reflected in the company's sales figures: In China, Tesla registered 35,478 units in March.

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