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I reserved my P85 #2145 on 27. December. Yesterday I decided to sign up for the Signature wait list. The Signatures are all gone of course but I thought that maybe enough defers to open for a chance. The eternal optimist. Of course, TM UK office confirmed the wait list is long, but that I am on it.
Curious about when they expect deliveries will start in Norway, especially now that production is cranked up. I was told for now they plan 12 months from my reservation date. That means maybe for Christmas. Bummer!

Anyone else with info about Europe arrivals?

Wow week 32-33 that is only a few weeks from now, how exciting...

Got rervarion #67. No news, calls, e-mails ....nothing. Got the VIN number. .......

Arnebjarne--
NOK 230,000 is $37,500 USD. Was this the amount they required you to put down for a deposit?
What is the TOTAL purchase price for a P85 in NOK?

Order confirmed and "We have begun sourcing parts for your order".

Sweet!

I confirmed mine today as well... I have confirmed once or twice before too, thus I guess I'm REALLY confirmed this time!! Now it states "sourcing for parts"...

Reporter from Bloomberg stated on July 11 video report the European cars are "on the water" toward delivery!

Very exciting.

Can anyone confirm they got same info from Tesla?

@SD Supercharger:

For a sig performance with absolutely everything included (nordic winter package + + + +) except the + -variant (I am not used to supercars, I don't think I would even notice the difference), I am set back NOK 702 000,-

I started saving for this car 4 years ago, having followed Tesla Motors since before the first roadster was on the assembly line. 700 000 in Norway is really not very much money for an awsome car, where an M5 goes for more than the double. A used M5 from 2012 apprx 1 500 000....

EU S- 76, win:14976- I also got the: Dashboard now says "We have begun sourcing parts for your order", message today, and also was asked to give details about social security number and license number. A few hours later the message was gone and the area is blank.

@HaraldH

Same here....

@ppape: that would be the water test that may take up to 3 weeks... according to some post on this forum.

I guess this is my lucky day. I get the same status changes many of you get. And I did not even order a Sig.

It's just s/w update glitches. Ignore.

About how many Tesla Model S EV's (both Signature and non-Signature) are to be delivered to customers in Norway in Q3 2013?

Those numbers are unknown, but based on info from Norw. forums maybe appr. 6-800 in Q3 (first deliveries mid August) and 12-1400 in Q4.

Tesla has not given numbers of course but the local rep has been quoted that more than 2,000 cars will be delivered in 2013. How many for Q3 I don't think anyone knows besides Tesla - and they won't tell.

Well, I think 2,000 Tesla Model S EV's is a significant number of cars for first year of deliveries. Very good actually. How about the next few years? Do you guys in Norway see a further annual sales increase of the Tesla Model S? What are the Norwegian expectations for for Tesla Model S sales in 2014 / 2015 / 2016? By the way, the Norwegian government is doing great, that must be said. Congratulations to all the people in Norway for that.

No indications that reservation rates are slowing down. Rather the opposite. For the future much depends on incentives. No news about that currently, so still good. Multiple SC's under construction. Big bonus.

Maybe sales will pick up even more when MS's are actually visible in the streets here. Lots of people are still ignorant. Model X will definitely be an even huger hit.

Saw lots of cars, sig reds too, in various stages of assembly on the floor during a factory tour on Friday, July 12th. Happy for you guys. This car will change your country's car purchase habits faster than any other car (until gen3).

www.teslamodels.wordpress.com

Thanks for that info, but I hope those Sig's are destined for the EU market as the Norwegian Sig's are assumed to be already at sea in transit.

@ Notre

OK, that's great. So, when do you expect them to arrive in Norway?

Still according to forum rumors Tesla plan a first delivery event in Oslo on or about Aug 15.

OK, then you can start counting the days, I would say. Good luck and cheers to all the people in Norway.

Thanks. Looking forward with great excitement like everybody else. My own VIN is 174xx expecting delivery late Sept. or early Oct.

@ Notre

You now have the highest VIN number that have been reported here.
What are the last 2 digits?

My guess for Norwegian sales is they will follow a similar pattern as in the US. Our Service Center told us that there was a direct correlation between cities where Model S was first delivered and increased sales in those same areas followed. We all know what happened. We got our cars, gave rides to our family and friends -and they turned around and ordered their own!

Some early owners bought cars and never drove one prior to delivery! I give those owners lots of credit! Thanks for having the faith to believe. Now that we have thousands of cars out there that people can touch and see and drive, there is no stopping it!

Europe has even more incentive with their cost for gas.

J.

@ ppape

+1 - and tax incentives. As noted many times before but a joy to repeat: no import tax, no VAT (25%), no road tolls, minuscule road tax and even free parking (where not privatised) and ferry crossings.
This results in MS price less than 50% of a comparable ICE car. With the looks to go, the MS success is guaranteed. And once MS on the roads here my prediction is as yours, the numbers will skyrocket.

Sorry. My VIN is 167xx.

Would it be possible to find out which ship carries the Tesla Model S's? Where in Norway will this ship deliver these Tesla Model S's?

the car cargo port in Norway i traditionally Drammen harbour wich is 50 km south of Oslo. On the Nowegian forum we have had info of car tranport company which has a contract of delivering Teslas from Drammen to Oslo in trailers.

Would be nice to know the name of the Vessel, which can then be tracked alive on apps like "marine traffic"

@ psirnes

Well, how many vessels come from San Francisco and go to Drammen? Not many I think.

it has been indicated in various forums that they transport the Model S in containers (4 in each) first on a railroad across the US to the some harbor on the east coast and then a vessel to Europe


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