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Auto storylines to look out for in 2022 include Tesla, the semicon shortage and China

Bloomberg1/7/2022 10:7 AM GMT+08  • 4 min read
Auto storylines to look out for in 2022 include Tesla, the semicon shortage and China
The semiconductor shortage that decimated auto production and sales last year is poised to stick around in 2022.
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The days after New Year’s are all about looking ahead — we’ll get to that — but I have to start 2022 by calling out an unrealized resolution for 2021.

Tesla’s German factory still isn’t up and running, even though Elon Musk predicted in October the facility near Berlin would churn out Model Ys before the year was over.

To be fair, this wasn’t entirely up to Musk. Local authorities have yet to give the project the final green light, delaying Tesla’s European expansion just as its local rivals step on the accelerator.

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