The Netherlands continue to be an important market for Tesla. According to registration data, the company delivered 145 Model S’s last month, which represents a 437% increase versus the same period last year and brings the year-to-date growth to 49% or 12 more points than last month.
The company delivered 1456 cars in the first 10 months of the year based on registration data. The Model S remains the best-selling all-electric car in the country with an important lead on the second best: the Nissan LEAF with 518 units.
Earlier this year, Tesla inaugurated an impressive 840,000 sq-ft facility (picture above) in Tilburg, Netherlands to perform final assemblies on the Model S, and they are expected to repurpose the other factory they have in the country into a distribution and service center.
We recently covered Model S sales based on registration data for October in several other European markets: France, Norway, Denmark, Sweden and Belgium.
Other posts based on registration data:
- A look at Tesla’s sales ahead of Q3 delivery results
- Tesla has found a great market for the Model S in Belgium – sales are up 70%
- Tesla Model S sales are up 350% in Sweden
- Tesla Model S sales are up 84% in Germany, while BMW i3 sales are down 27%
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