A few days ago, we learned from relevant channels that Tesla plans to supply domestic model 3 to other markets in Europe and Asia, which will be put into production on a large scale within the year, and will be delivered to overseas markets as soon as early next year. It is reported that the target markets of model 3 made in China include Singapore, Australia, New Zealand and Europe. < / P > < p > in the Chinese market, before the completion of the super factory, the annual sales volume of Tesla in 2018 was only more than 10000; in 2019, the number of domestic Tesla new cars on insurance was 45372. After the super factory was put into operation, in the first half of 2020, the sales volume of domestic model 3 alone reached 45754. At present, Tesla delivers 11000 new cars to the domestic market every month, which is enough to prove the capacity strength of Shanghai factory. < / P > < p > at present, all of Tesla’s new cars sold in Europe come from California factories in the United States. Affected by the novel coronavirus pneumonia, Tesla California plant was closed in March. Although the production resumed in May, the shutdown still affected the supply of new cars in Europe. Throughout the first half of the year, only two freighters left Fremont for Europe. It can be seen that the production guarantee of domestic model 3 has become the best solution to Tesla’s overseas delivery. It is reported that the domestic model 3, which is planned to be supplied to other markets in Europe and Asia, will be put into production on a large scale within the year and will be delivered to overseas markets as soon as early as next year.