Tesla currently isn't building a single car worldwide after the EV maker reportedly took its , offline.
Bloomberg reports that Tesla told workers to return to work on May 9 after a planned five-day Labor Day break in the country, extending a work stoppage by two days minimum. Bloomberg cited Chinese website 36kr as reporting that Tesla is experiencing component shortages affecting the , as well as problems with a piece of production equipment. Tesla only builds the Model 3 in China, but CEO Elon Musk said he wants the facility to also in the future.
Tesla did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
With the Chinese plant idled, Tesla currently isn't building any cars worldwide. Its banner plant inon March 23 after the company initially continued production amid a local stay-at-home order. After some confusion, the company agreed to shut down.
A Wednesday report claimed the automaker is gearing up to, albeit on a limited basis. Tesla has retained a small staff to maintain the facility, but is set to increase staffing as the company reportedly prepares to reopen as soon as next week.