Tesla CEO Elon Musk has once again expressed concern over the ongoing chip shortage crisis that has affected automakers around the world, in addition to the Covid-19 Pandemic.
Musk, who has recently blamed the crisis on the frequent rise in the prices of some Tesla cars, compared it to a hypothetical toilet paper crisis to take his point home.
Responding in a printable style to one of his Twitter users, Musk tried to show that the crisis has affected the world of auto manufacturing. He wrote: “Our biggest challenge is the supply chain, especially the Microcontroller chips. I’ve never seen anything like it.
Tesla and Elon Musk have had questions on social media about the rise in prices of some electric vehicle models. Tesla has upgraded its three-model and Y-model electric cars five times in a few months. The rides began in February this year, and since then the price of these two electric vehicles has risen every month until June.
According to reports, Tesla is forced to have about 20,000 units of the Model 3 and Model Y missing. Tesla had previously admitted that it has experienced some of the most difficult challenges in the supply chain.
Defending Tesla’s decision to raise the price of cars, Elon Musk said “” Prices are rising as a result of high prices in the industrial supply chain. Raw materials in particular. “However, he believes the crisis will not last too long.” That said, it’s not a long-term problem, ”Musk wrote in a response on Twitter.
Elon Musk’s reaction has come at a time when almost every automaker around the world is facing a chip shortage crisis. Several car manufacturing companies have had to close production due to the crisis. The lack of key components, such as semiconductors, has led to fewer shipments from car companies as well as used car prices.
The crisis is also one of the possible reasons that have forced Tesla to delay deliveries of its Model S notebook, which was scheduled to launch from today. He has been back for at least a week now.
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