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Thousands Of Tesla Sedans Held Up In Customs Over Labels

Thousands Of Tesla Sedans Held Up In Customs Over Labels

According to Automotive News, more Model 3 sedans have been held up by customs officials in China.

Now, a total of 4,678 cars from Tesla have been suspended due to issues with their labeling.

At least 1,600 Model 3 sedans were initially put on hold by customs officials because of irregularities with their paperwork.

Some of the cars lacked Chinese labels on the brake fluid tank, while others demonstrated a different motor capacity when compared to its shipping documents.

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A JULY 6, 2018, FILE PHOTO CHINA OUT, FEB.

22, 2019 PHOTO A JULY 6, 2018




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