In Norway during during the course of this month 17 Tesla Model 3 cars were already registered. These units are most likely all demo cars that will be available at the 12 Tesla Stores in Norway.
The arrival of demo units happens just few weeks before first deliveries start to Norwegian customers.
In the USA the Tesla Model 3 – even with some initial production problems – didn’t take too long to become the best selling electric car. Moreover, in its domestic market the Tesla Model 3 already outsells its ICE alternatives. We’ll see if in Europe the Tesla Model 3’s dominance will happen even faster.
I’m curious to see how many units of long and mid-range will Tesla sell before making the standard range variant available. I think that most Europeans will wait for the cheapest and more efficient variant, since it will have enough range for European customers.
How do you think Europeans will welcome the Tesla Model 3? Will we see ICE alternatives sales decline soon?
Thanks Michał for the heads up.
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