In a remarkable achievement, Tesla has reached a significant milestone in Denmark, with over 50,000 Tesla vehicles now cruising the Danish roads. Among these, an impressive 20,000 belong to the acclaimed Model Y crossover, marking a substantial growth in Tesla’s presence in the country.
- Tesla has successfully surpassed the 50,000-vehicle mark in Denmark, with 20,000 of them being Model Y crossovers.
- Tesla’s Regional Lead, Kim Gaba Jensen, shared this milestone on LinkedIn, reflecting on the astonishing progress the company has made since he joined in 2018.
- Denmark’s affinity for Tesla vehicles is poised to grow further with the introduction of the updated Model 3, promising an even more significant electric vehicle presence on Danish roads.
Tesla’s journey in Denmark has been nothing short of spectacular, as shared by Tesla Regional Lead Kim Gaba Jensen on LinkedIn. Jensen, who joined the company in 2018 when Tesla had just surpassed 4,000 vehicles in Denmark, reminisced about the rapid growth the company has experienced.
“When I joined in 2018, Denmark had just surpassed 4,000 vehicles. In the end of 2020, after a huge end to the year, we were just above 12,000 vehicles, and it seemed like an insane amount,” Jensen noted. However, the Tesla journey was far from over.
Fast forward 2 years and 9 months, and Tesla Denmark has reached a staggering 50,000+ vehicles, now constituting nearly 2% of all vehicles on Danish roads. Jensen also highlighted that a substantial portion of this milestone belongs to the popular Model Y, with 20,000 of them gracefully navigating the Danish landscape.
The news of this accomplishment reverberated across social media platforms, including Twitter, where the official Tesla Europe account celebrated the achievement. Tesla Europe extended its gratitude to the Danish Tesla owners who have played a pivotal role in driving the company’s success in the country.
“Thank you to our owners in Denmark,” Tesla Europe wrote, acknowledging the strong support from the Danish Tesla community.
The popularity of the Model Y in Denmark appears to transcend mere statistics, as some Tesla owners in the country playfully noted that the all-electric crossover seems to be “everywhere.” It’s become so ubiquitous that identifying one’s own Tesla in a sea of them has become a delightful challenge for some.
As Tesla continues to gain momentum in Denmark, the introduction of the updated Model 3 promises to add further excitement to the electric vehicle scene in the country. With both the Model 3 and Model Y in Tesla’s lineup, Danish roads may soon witness a simultaneous invasion of these innovative electric vehicles, solidifying Tesla’s position as a dominant force in the Danish automotive market.