Category: Automobile / Transport
Tesla’s end of the year delivery push is being felt hard in Norway where the company just broke its quarterly delivery record with more than a week left in the quarter and became the most popular automaker in the country this month.
Last week, we published a report in anticipation that Tesla would achieve a record number of deliveries this quarter: ‘Tesla is primed to have a stellar quarter for deliveries‘.
We cited Norway as shaping up to be an important factor in breaking this record, but it has already surpassed our prediction this week as deliveries kept climbing even faster.
As we reported, a huge shipment of Tesla vehicles (estimated at ~700 units) was spotted at the port of Drammen .
We estimated that if only half of those vehicles were delivered by the end of the month, Tesla should be able to beat its record.
But Tesla actually delivered more vehicles than we thought were in that entire shipment.
The latest registration data showed that already 1,861 Tesla vehicles were registered this month and a total of 3,153 during the fourth quarter (via Teslastats.no):
That’s enough to break the previous quarterly record by several hundred units and the company is on pace to break its monthly record in December.