Tesla’s Model 3 is Sold Out in Europe for Q1 Already



Amidst the increasing popularity of electric vehicles (EVs) throughout Europe, Tesla has sold out of its flagship sedan for the first part of the year.

Just 10 days into the first quarter, Tesla has sold out of all Model 3 variants in Q1 for European customers, according to updated delivery dates on the region’s Model 3 order configurator on Monday (via @Tesla_Adri).

The new Tesla Model 3 delivery dates aren’t set to deliver until Q2 as shown in the configurator, likely set to result in another record quarter for the continent.

The news comes amidst increasing popularity worldwide of Tesla overall, and, more specifically, of the Model 3 – and more specifically throughout Europe.

In September, the Tesla Model 3 topped European car sales overall, becoming the first EV in history to do so.

While Tesla’s largest European market is Germany, the world’s quickest adopters of EVs are in Norway, where Tesla was the country’s best-selling auto brand overall in 2021.

Tesla’s Model 3 also topped EV sales in Europe in November and had record deliveries worldwide in the year’s fourth quarter.

In the UK, the Tesla Model 3 was also the second best-selling car overall in 2021.

In addition, the Tesla Model 3 was Switzerland’s top-selling car overall in 2021, even eliciting a word of praise from Tesla CEO Elon Musk.

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