Tesla recently revealed its sales numbers for May, and they’re not bad: Tesla China sold a total of 33,463 vehicles, compared to only 25,800 vehicles sold in April. This represents a 30% month-over-month increase in sales. Poor sales figures in April can possibly be attributed to a reported shutdown of the Model Y line in Gigafactory Shanghai. According to Teslarati, an unknown source reported that Tesla China’s sales had dropped to only 9,800 cars in May, representing a 50% decline in sales. This saw the habitually sensitive TSLA stock drop by over 5 percent. These numbers have since been proven false but show once again how fickle the market is to Tesla rumours.