March 24 (UPI) — Electric car maker Tesla’s plant in Fremont will shut down production of electric vehicles such as the Model 3 from today, according to previously filed documents, according tomedia reports. Tesla announced in filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday that two plants, including the Fremont assembly plant, would be suspended from March 24 after the end of March 23.
The area where Tesla’s Fremont plant is now located is also in place on March 24th, so the plant is now out of work as disclosed in previous filings.
The Fremont plant is one of only two vehicle assembly plants currently owned by Tesla, producing four models of the Model S, Model X, Model 3 and Model Y, making it The largest and largest in Tesla’s production of models.
After the Fremont plant’s temporary shutdown, it will not continue to produce electric vehicles any time soon, and production will not start until it resumes, though Tesla has not yet disclosed when to resume production.