Tesla delivered over 3,000 Model 3 vehicles in just a few weeks, and it looks like other electric vehicles are coming under pressure in the market, which has already been dominated by electric vehicles.
As we reported last week, Tesla The Model 3 is already taking over several European markets and there is no better example than Norway.
Norway is almost releasing live registration data and it shows that Tesla had already delivered nearly 2,500 Type 3 vehicles in March – a total of over 3,000 vehicles since delivery last month.
Tesla's deliveries are reaching new heights in the country, which is already Tesla's largest market in the world per capita.
Here are the deliveries of Tesla in Norway last collapsed two years (via Teslastats.no):
The total number of Tesla vehicles in the country has increased to 34,720 units.
Alone the model 3 increased in just a few weeks, the number of Tesla vehicles in Norway by almost 10%.
The increase has increased In the last week in particular a significant supply of vehicles of model 3 was of particular importance (pictures about Sergei Bryzhak):
In the past year, the sales of electric vehicles in Norway increased by 40% – 31.2 percent of the total passenger car Turnover was for all-electric vehicles, and when all plug-in vehicles are added, market share increases to 49.1 percent.
Electric vehicles are already very popular in the country, and the competition is becoming increasingly difficult, as the model 3 is gaining much importance mindshare.
Nissan responds with reduced interest rates for the sheet. For the rest of the month, Nissan is funding the sheet for just 0.25% (via Jim Roger Johansen):
The Leaf has long been the best-selling electric vehicle in Norway, but the Model 3 is expected to be at the top by far this month.
Further deliveries of model 3 are expected in the next few years Currently, only the two higher versions of the vehicle are available.
Tesla is expected to distribute the other two cheaper versions of the Model 3 in Europe in the coming months.
That's what I like to see Car manufacturers are currently not putting much weight on their electric vehicles, especially when it comes to advertising.
I think we will see this change with increasing competition and Tesla flooding the market with Model 3 vehicles will bring a lot of it.
Low interest rates like these are interesting. We've seen Jaguar do the same for I-Pace in the US, and it's obviously a successful tactic.