Tesla has surpassed a significant milestone in Denmark, with more than 50,000 Teslas now cruising the streets of the European country.
This milestone was announced by Tesla’s Regional Lead, Kim Gaba Jensen, on LinkedIn. In their post Jensen highlighted the exponential growth of Tesla’s presence in Denmark, recalling that in 2018, there were just over 4,000 Tesla vehicles in the country. By the close of 2020, that number had swelled to over 12,000.
Fast forward to 2023, and Denmark now boasts a fleet of over 50,000 Teslas, accounting for about 2% of all cars in the country.
This news was also announced on social media, with Tesla Europe’s official account on X (formerly Twitter) sharing the achievement. The spotlight, however, was on the Danish Tesla owners, who of course played an integral role in this milestone.
One notable trend among Tesla’s Danish fleet is the dominance of the Model Y, with the electric SUV accounting for 20,000, or nearly half of the total number. This number is impressive when you consider the Model Y was only launched in Denmark in the second half of 2021.