Tesla’s dominant situation of the Australian electric vehicle advertise keeps on ascending, as it claims 80% of new EV sales to date in 2020 bringing the Australian EV showcase aggregate to around 17,600 vehicles.
An estimated 1,000 Model 3s have been shipped to Australia in the first two months of 2020, as well as around 20 Model S premium electric sedans and 30 Model X electric SUVs.
The figures gave by Tesla transport following sources which show an absolute 1,167 Tesla vehicles have been or are being sent by the Californian carmaker to Australia so far in 2020, demonstrate that interest for the Model 3 stays solid considerably after the underlying flood of reservation holder conveyances were satisfied.
While Vfacts arranges figures from the whole automobile industry for the benefit of the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI) of which Tesla is a part, Tesla doesn’t report neighbourhood marketing projections and just records a request as a deal once the vehicle has been conveyed.
Combined with sales figures as issued by Vfacts this month, the impact of the Model 3 on the Australian car market continues to stun.
Overall, an estimated 1,300 new electric vehicles have been sold in Australia in year-to-date figures up until February. After the Tesla Model 3, the most popular models were the Hyundai Kona Electric and all-electric Hyundai Ioniq.