Tesla tries to deliver thousands of model 3 in Europe and after a difficult start, it is now on the rise of deliveries in the old continent and CEO Elon Musk is there to monitor the operations.
As we reported earlier this week, Tesla received its first massive shipment of model 3 vehicles in the Zeebrugge port for European deliveries, which started one day later.
Some buyers experienced delays when Tesla apparently ran into trouble to deal with the first batch of cars in Zeebrugge. 19659003] The car manufacturer wants the gate to handle 3,000 model 3 vehicles per week on site, which is a high order.
We have taken some pictures of the layout they have in the port to charge and prepare model 3
Sources say that Tesla has hit his efforts, and the cars have gone to delivery centers in higher volumes.  CEO Elon M usk was in the gate on Saturday to look at the situation:
Just left Zeebrugge, now Tilburg, then Tesla HQ in Amsterdam and Oslo tonight to look at the service in Norway. Exciting to see thousands of Model 3's on their way to owners in Europe! pic.twitter.com/PeRo4jhiCB
– Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 9, 2019
He says that he will also go to Tesla's European headquarters in Amsterdam and the Tesla factory in Tilburg, which Tesla has used to deliver model 3.
Later, the CEO says that he will travel to Norway to "consider service".
As previously reported, Norway, which is Tesla's largest market per capita, has undoubtedly experienced some of the most difficult waiting times in terms of service.
Tesla's fleet grew at an incredible pace in the market, and service capacity could not continue.
Norway's EV sales are about to skyrocket to a new high with the arrival of model 3, which should put even greater pressure on Tesla's operations in the country.
The first boat that comes to Europe did not have many cars to the market, but there are 3 more at sea and they are expected to have thousands of model 3 cars f or Norway.
Tesla said in its latest earnings that it is seriously working on car problem detection, towing / borrowing and stocks.