Tesla Offering 10,000km of Free Supercharging for Buyers in Europe: Report
A new deal is available for Tesla buyers across Europe who will take delivery in 2022, as was shared with one German outlet on Thursday.
Tesla is offering a new incentive for buyers in Europe, this time with a bonus of up to 10,000km of free Supercharging on orders delivered in 2022, according to a report from the German publication Tesla Mag. This appears to be part of an end-of-the-year push for customers to accept deliveries.
The new bonus is expected to help increase deliveries for the last few weeks of the year and encourage added flexibility for customers, with the number of free Supercharging miles included adding up to about €1,200 ($1,276 USD) at 20kWh per 100km.
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The incentive from Tesla began on Thursday, and Tesla Mag explains that the automaker could be encouraging customers to pick up Model Y units directly from the Gigafactory Berlin. A few of these pickups have already taken place, and they’re eligible for an additional €400 ($425 USD) bonus.
Customers across Europe should receive email notification of the deal, and there is currently no mention of the incentive on the company’s order configurator.
The news comes after many buyers in Germany have been taking advantage of Tesla’s offer to reimburse customers for a subsidy that’s set to drop by a wide margin in 2023 on all orders made by the end of the year.