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Tesla Model 3 comes to the land of confusion!



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Published on December 4, 2018 |
by Jesper Berggreen

4. December 2018 by Jesper Berggreen


Elon Musk was interviewed by Danish television back in 2015 Elon said the full EV tax credit in that country is likely to damage the EV market. He said, "It's a question of what message the government wants to send. Denmark has a choice between two choices for the future: Firstly, it sends a very negative message about electric vehicles to the world and, secondly, a very positive message. "

Well, the incentive lapsed and the market died. Call me a naive shit, but I still reserve a reservation for a Tesla Model 3. That was 33 months ago … and today this happened:

Visit us in Tesla, Copenhagen, the first location in Denmark where Model 3 is shown.

From 6th December, priority will be given to your reservation number Sit in Model 3 and experience the great glass roof, premium interior and 15-inch touchscreen. Tesla Product Specialists will be present to answer questions about your future order.

Read more about where model 3 is shown below. The list is constantly updated.

Well, how about that? When Sweden and Norway recently had the opportunity to experience the car, I wondered if Elon Musk had forgotten this little land of confusion. Apparently not. Thank you, Elon.

By the way: The government's latest trick is to free the tax on electric vehicles in the amount of 400,000 DKK in 2019 and 2020. Since this includes VAT and Customs, this is comparable to a US price of $ 40,000. I have no idea how many Danes made a reservation. Tesla Denmark does not comment on that.


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Tags: Denmark, Tesla, Tesla Model 3


About the Author [19659023] Jesper Berggreen Jesper had significantly expanded his perspective on the world after attending elementary school in rural Africa in the early eighties. And while he was training a computer programmer and lab technician who worked with computers and laboratory robots at the Institute of Forensic Medicine in Aarhus, Denmark, he never forgets how life seems to have nothing. So it became obvious to him that technological advances are necessary to the well-being of all humanity by sharing this one ship, which we call Earth. But technology must be smart, clean, sustainable, widely accessible, and democratic to change the world for the better. He writes about clean energy, electromobility, energy poverty and related topics and sends the message to those who want to know better. Jesper is founder of Lifelike.dk.




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