This month Tesla sold its 100,000th Model S, three years and six months after its June 2012 launch. The Model S ranks as the third best-selling electric vehicle in the world by cumulative sales. Before the Model S it had been achieved by the Chevrolet Volt and the Nissan LEAF, which already exceeds 200,000 sales.
Tesla’s largest markets are the United States, accounting for 61% of the world total. Other important markets are Norway, China, the Netherlands, Canada, Germany, Denmark and Switzerland.
In general lines it has not been a good year for this Tesla model that we remember, it called for review to about 90,000 cars for a problem with the seat belt.
They set a goal of reaching 55,000 units sold in 2015, but they will have a difficult time reaching even 50,000.