December 24 news, according tomedia reports, after years of development, Tesla has made great progress in electric vehicles, has launched the Model S, Model X, Model 3, Model Y, electric truck Semi, electric pickup Cybertruck, Electric cars such as the Roadster, the first three of which have been mass-produced and delivered to consumers.
Tesla now has a high share of the electric car market, driven by a number of electric vehicles, and last weekmedia reported that Tesla’s share of the electric car market in the U.S. has reached 75 percent, with investors predicting sales of 1.8 million vehicles by 2024. The U.S. auto market share is 10%.
In addition to the U.S. market, Tesla electric cars are also doing well in other markets, with sources saying Tesla expects to deliver between 10,000 and 13,000 electric vehicles in the Netherlands in December.
More than 10,000 electric cars are expected to be delivered in the Netherlands in December, up sharply from the previous month,media reported, noting that Tesla delivered more than 4,000 electric vehicles in the Netherlands last month, a record number of deliveries in the Netherlands this year. December delivery would at least double from November and set another record if it reaches the forecast of 10,000 to 13,000 vehicles, as sources say.
Notably, the Netherlands is also Tesla’s largest market in Europe. Driven by the Model 3, the Netherlands has overtaken Norway as Tesla’s largest market in Europe. In the first 11 months of this year, Tesla sold 18,460 electric cars in the Netherlands, compared with 17,403 in Norway and 1,057 fewer than in the Netherlands, according to vehicle registration information.
Tesla began delivering the Model 3 to European users earlier this year, and it was the Dutch that overtook Norway as Tesla’s largest market in Europe, with more than 10,000 electric cars delivered in the Netherlands by September, thanks to a big increase in Model 3 deliveries. The Model 3 is also the best-selling car in the Netherlands.