Tesla, one million cars delivered in Europe


Tesla has reached a new milestone in Europe. In fact, the car manufacturer has announced that it has delivered its millionth car to the Old Continent. This is a figure that shows how Elon Musk's company has also grown on the European market where, in 2023, the Model Y will be launched. one of the most popular cars sold at all. Since 2009, when sales of the "old" Roadster, Tesla is has grown a lot and can also count on a factory in Germany.

The car manufacturer also attributes its success in part to lower prices. In fact, he says that between 2018, when only Model S and Model dropped by more than 50%. Tesla explains:

While much of these cost reductions are due to economies of scale, we continue to make our offering more affordable. accessible through original design engineering and innovative manufacturing techniques.

A second reason is the constant expansion of the Supercharger network which continues to become more and more great. Growth which therefore played a fundamental role in reaching the milestone of one million deliveries, given that it allowed customers to have access to an always reliable charging service.


Tesla says that in Europe, there are currently over 1,000 stations and 13,000 Supercharger stalls, with an uptime of 99.95%. Additionally, in 12 major markets in Europe, more than 85% of motorways and major roads are within 60 minutes of a Supercharger.

Charging network that continues to grow: during During the first 3 quarters of the year, an average of 8 new Supercharger stalls were opened every day in Europe.


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