Tesla is trying to deliver thousands of Model 3's in Europe, and after a difficult startup, supplies on the old continent are now ramping up, and CEO Elon Musk is responsible for overseeing the operations.
As we reported earlier this week, Tesla received its first massive delivery of Model 3 vehicles in the European port of Zeebrugge, which began one day later.
Some buyers had some delays when Tesla had some problems when processing the first batch of cars in Zeebrugge. 19659003] The automaker wants the port to handle 3,000 Model 3 vehicles per week at the site, which is a big challenge.
We have received some images of the setup at the port to charge Model 3 and prepare for shipment:
Sources say that Tesla increased its efforts and cars have gone to higher volume delivery centers. 19659003] CEO Elon M usk was in the harbor on Saturday to take a look at the situation:
Only Zeebrugge, now Tilburg, then Tesla headquarters in Amsterdam and Oslo tonight to check the service in Norway. It's exciting to see thousands of Models 3 traveling to owners in Europe! pic.twitter.com/PeRo4jhiCB
– Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 9, 2019
He says that he is also the European headquarters of Tesla in Amsterdam and the Tesla Factory will go to Tilburg, which Tesla has used for the delivery of Model 3.
Later, the CEO says he will travel to Norway to "check the service".
As we have already reported, Norway is the largest market for Tesla capita, having experienced some of the most difficult wait times in service.
Tesla's fleet grew at an incredible pace in the market, and its service capacity could not match.
Norwegian EV sales close on With the introduction of the Model 3, the sky rose to a new high. This should put even more pressure on Tesla's business in the country.
The first boat to arrive in Europe did not have many cars for the market, but there were 3 more at sea and it is expected that they will have thousands of Model 3 vehicles or Norway.
During his recent earnings, Tesla said it is seriously working on a service with automatic problem detection, towing / loaner and storage parts.