To console itself for the shortage, a site tracks boats delivering Tesla

If you order a Tesla, you will have to be patient. Between the “zero Covid” policy applied in China and the war in Ukraine, suppliers are not making it. So much so that currently, delivery times can exceed a year. Tesla is not the only company to blame the blow: Apple also makes its customers wait with very unreliable order follow-ups.

Franco Massotto, an Internet user who closely follows the news of Tesla and SpaceX and who shares it via his Twitter account, has found a solution for buyers to have a clearer idea of ​​when their order will arrive. As Mac4Ever recounts, he created a site that locates the ships carrying the Teslas. Customers can be notified when the boat carrying their car leaves the factory.

Tesla’s main factory, located in Shanghai, was only able to resume activity on April 18, and with drastic measures. Until May 1, employees were ordered to live at the factory. They slept on mattresses on the floor. Activity has therefore resumed recently, and the situation is gradually unblocking. Elon Musk has indicated that the Gigafactory Shanghai is coming back “in strength”.

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