Despite the silent price cuts, Tesla has been angrily “cut vegetables” by many older owners. But even so, Few of Tesla’s models can challenge its dominance in the global all-electric car market. The Tesla Model 3 is the world’s most popular electric car, according to Google search data,media reported. Meanwhile, tesla Model 3 has led the all-electric car market in 19 countries and territories, according to sales data.
For the full year, all-electric vehicle sales were 2.1 million units, and the Tesla Model 3 already had a good market share.
Now, with the delivery of the domestic Model 3, Tesla’s position in the electric car market has been further consolidated, in addition to further sales.
At present, Tesla Model 3 in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, China, Hong Kong, South Korea, Sri Lanka, the United Arab Emirates, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark, the United Kingdom, Sweden, Finland, Iceland and other countries and regions in the sales of electric vehicles are the top sales.
In addition, Tesla has come up with a “killer”, in early October, Tesla once again “officially announced the price reduction.”
The rear-drive standard battery life upgrade costs Rmb24,999,000, the rear-drive long-life version costs Rmb30,999,000 and the two-motor all-wheel drive Performance High Performance Edition costs Rmb41,98,000.
Although this move let a lot of early old car owners, gas straight jump feet. But it’s good news for the market and for uns bought consumers. Because Tesla’s falling prices are also its rising competitiveness.
Tesla’s August sales have now reached 11,811 units. And such sales results, even ahead of the Volkswagen Passat, Nissan Tianyu and other traditional fuel B-class models. Perhaps the era when electric cars are selling more cars than fuel cars really starts with Tesla.