Tesla Model 3/Y and Model S Account for 26% of EVs in Denmark

Tesla’s Model 3, Y and S units make up a market share of 26.33 percent of the electric vehicles (EVs) in Denmark, according to data shared by the Danish car imports trade association De Danske Bilimportører (via @Tesla Club Danmark).

Out of a total of 105,379 EVs on Denmark’s roads, the data shows that Tesla’s Model 3, Y and S vehicles accounted for a total of 27,884, with the Model 3 leading the pack.

Tesla’s Model 3 topped the list of the top 10 EVs on Denmark’s roads with 18,141 cumulative vehicles, while the Model Y followed with 5,048 to beat out the Volkswagen ID.4 (4,946). Directly behind the ID.4 was the Tesla Model S, which currently has 4,695 units in Denmark.

The rest of the top 10 was comprised of the Skoda Enyaq iV (4,540), the Volkswagen ID.3 (4,540), the Hyundai Kona EV (4,240), the Renault Zoe EV (4,212), the Volkswagen Golf (3,324) and the Audi Q4 e-tron (3,307).

On the whole, Tesla announced that its vehicles represent one percent of all vehicles across Denmark in a statement earlier this month. Tesla also opened a two-story sales center in Ribe, Denmark over the weekend, holding an opening ceremony for local residents.

The news also comes amidst increasing competition for Tesla in most of the world’s auto markets. As one example, Chinese automaker BYD is looking to open its first Denmark store in Copenhagen sometime this quarter.