After the previously mentioned publication tried to call and text her, but she didn’t answer, we have a hunch a pretty big problem made Wu write her resignation letter. Maybe she wasn’t happy with finding new locations for the Tesla Store network or expand the Supercharger grid in China, who knows...
Nevertheless, the ex-Apple China general manager of education and enterprises will certainly find something new and more rewarding for her to do based on her extensive resume.
In addition to the aforementioned official statement, Tesla China declared that it will “continue to focus on providing an amazing experience to all customers, so that they can become our advocates and help us accelerate the transition to sustainable transportation.”
There's no info available on her replacement, nor if the Tesla Model S P85D will be imported in China.