After many years of development, Tesla has made significant strides in the field of electric vehicles, launching the Roadster, Model S, Model X, Model 3, Model Y, electric truck Semi and electric pickup truck Cybertruck.
Tesla currently has a high market share for electric vehicles, driven by the number of electric vehicles. According to CleanTechnica, Tesla’s share of the U.S. electric car market has reached approximately 75-85%, with investors forecasting 1.8 million sales by 2024. The US automotive market share is 10%.
In addition to the US market, Tesla electric cars are also doing well in other markets, according to sources, Tesla plans to deliver 10,000 to 13,000 their electric cars in the Netherlands in December, well above the previous month.
Tesla delivered more than 4,000 their vehicles in the Netherlands last month, and about 6,000 in September. Until December, these were record months. But, to date, we already see that December deliveries doubled compared to November, and set a new record.
It is noteworthy that the Netherlands is also the largest Tesla market in Europe. Influenced by Model 3, the Netherlands overtook Norway as Europe's largest market for Tesla. In the first 11 months of this year, Tesla sold 18,460 electric vehicles in the Netherlands, compared with 17,403 in Norway, according to vehicle registration information.
According to kentekenradar, in December in the Netherlands 8,731 Tesla Model 3 was registered, which is an unprecedented record. That is, only Model 3 deliveries for the first 25 days of the month, almost 87% cover the forecast for the delivery of 10,000 Tesla cars to the country. The next 6 days of December will be no less intense in registering cars than the previous ones, so the information that Tesla plans to deliver more than 10,000 cars to the Netherlands in December sounds quite reasonable.