Auto production from major automakers in Shanghai has recovered to pre-lockdown volume, with supply from more than 1,000 local parts makers returning to normal, the China Passenger Car Association said on Tuesday. Daily output from SAIC, including its own-brand cars and those manufactured with Volkswagen and General Motors, has returned to around 13,000 vehicles as of mid-June, the industry group added, citing figures from the state-owned automaker. Earlier this month, Tesla reportedly returned to full production of more than 2,600 vehicles every day at its Shanghai factory, after a closure of nearly two months triggered by the city’s Covid-19 lockdown. [China Passenger Car Association, in Chinese]