American carmaker Tesla Inc. saw a decline in sales of China-made units in November, according to China Passenger Car Association (CPCA) data reported on Reuters.
The monthly sales of China-made vehicles stood at 52,859 units in November, down from the 54,391 units the company sold in the previous month.
Tesla’s China-made unit exports also fell in November, at 21,127 versus the 40,666 that were exported in October.
The total passenger car sales in China declined by 12.5% in November to 1.85 million versus the same period a year ago. Tesla produces its Model 3 sedans and Model Y sport-utility vehicles in Shanghai.
Tesla outpaced Chinese electric vehicle makers Nio Inc., and Xpeng Inc., as well as Volkswagen AG in terms of sales in China during the month.