Tesla is gearing up for European distribution of its Model S luxury EV. It announced this week that it’s European distribution center will be up and running in the Netherlands this month. It’s an 18,900 square meter facility located in Tilburg, which is better known for it’s 10 day long funfair that takes place every July.
I’m wondering if Tesla’s projections of delivering 20,000 Model S sedans in 2013 included European sales. It’s neither here nor there, in the end, because at this point Tesla is constrained not by demand but by its own ability to produce enough cars for the market.
But if the European market winds up being a promising market for Tesla, given its eco-friendly environment, it could be incremental revenue for the company as long as it can figure out how to further scale production.