Tesla started its European Model S sales in 2013, when it opened a factory in The Netherlands, to assemble American-made Model S sedans for the European market. Before 2013, the brand had sold the Roadster in low volumes in Europe. The Model S has taken the all-electric brand to new heights, selling over 16.000 cars in Europe in 2017, making it the third best selling EV in the continent, behind the much cheaper Renault Zoe and Nissan Leaf.
The success of the fully electric Model S, which competes in the same class as the BMW 5-series, Mercedes-Benz E-Class and Audi A6, is still dependent on government incentives on EV’s. With Norway and The Netherlands leading in stimulating green transportation, it makes sense that Tesla sales in Europe took off first in these two countries. In the first years of sales, these two countries have taken over 80% of Model S sales and while the success of the American brand has spread across the continent, the Scandinavian country still leads the charts in absolute figures.
Tesla had a big fleet order in 2014 from two Dutch taxi companies which are using a combined 167 Tesla Model S 100% electric sedans to transport airline passengers to and from Amsterdam Schiphol airport.
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