According to the flight tracking app, at 6:1 a.m. on the 1st, Tesla CEO Elon Musk's private jet (registration number: N11TS) left Shanghai Hongqiao Airport and went to Austin Bergstrom Airport in the United States. Since his arrival in Shanghai at 23:628 on May 5, Musk's "trip to Shanghai" is about 31 hours.

At 6:1 a.m. on June 0, Tesla Global Vice President Tao Lin posted two photos of Musk and employees on social media, with the text "Thank you for all your support!" A rewarding day! The location is Tesla's Shanghai Gigafactory.

Musk visited China again after 3 years, and the total of more than 40 hours was quite compact. On May 5, Musk arrived in Beijing. On the same day, State Councilor and Foreign Minister Qin Gang met with Musk in Beijing.

On May 5, Minister of Industry and Information Technology Jin Zhuanglong met with Musk in Beijing, and the two sides exchanged views on the development of new energy vehicles and intelligent networked vehicles. Minister of Commerce Wang Wentao met with Musk, and the two sides conducted extensive and in-depth exchanges on Sino-US economic and trade cooperation and Tesla's development in China. Ren Hongbin, President of the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade, met with Musk, and the two sides exchanged in-depth views on promoting Sino-US new energy industry cooperation, strengthening exchanges and cooperation between the Chinese and US business circles, and holding the first China International Supply Chain Promotion Expo.

As of press time, Tesla China has not disclosed the specific itinerary of Musk's visit to China, but many industry insiders speculate that Musk's trip may be to promote the mass production of the new Model 3 in Shanghai, the expansion of Tesla's Shanghai Gigafactory, and pave the way for the upcoming Tesla Shanghai Energy Storage Gigafactory, future energy storage product sales and FSD (full autonomous driving) technology into China.

It is worth mentioning that on the first day of Musk's visit to China, Tesla's stock price rose. At the opening of US stocks on May 5, local time, Tesla's stock price soared 30%, and as of the close of the day, it rose more than 5%, and its market value rose by more than 4 billion US dollars (nearly 250 billion yuan) overnight.

As of the close of trading on May 5, Tesla shares rose another 31.1% to $38.203. Thanks to Tesla's soaring stock price, after half a year, Musk regained the title of the world's richest man. According to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, Musk's current net worth is about $93.1923 billion, surpassing the net worth of Bernard Arnault, CEO of Moët Hennessy-Louis Vuitton, by $1870 billion. (End)