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Norwegian deliveries

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?

Friday is over in Norway. News, pix?

I found these pics at http://www.elbil.no/ladestasjoner/1077-folg-apningen-av-teslas-superladere
Seems to recall no access for "foreigners" to the site so have picked a few (that I have tried to post here...):

....that I failed to post. Blah. I'll educate myself on the practice thread.

Oh brother...

Thanks, GeirT. Managed to watch the pics from your elbil.no link even though I am so "foreign", at least a fellow Nordic. Fantastic! Brings hope.

Wonderful - as my posting efforts indeed failed :-)

Links just need to be pasted. No BBCode works, anywhere. Limited HTML.

In August 185 Model Ses were registered in Norway. Many will follow.

2440-185=2255, and that is MINE! (Ours) :-)

Great! With that speed I'll get my car in August 2014 and not Sep/Oct 2013 as earlier indicated.
Yikes.

Datsun?

I have had the car for one week now, and still very happy. The only issue was succssefully solved today. The charge cable delivered with the car was faulty. I've since discovered this was a known issue with a certain production sequence of theese cables.
I got a new one and the car is now filling up it's resources down in my garage. Not beeing able to charge is a serious problem for a Tesla owner.

And in The Netherlands there were only 5 Model Ses registered in August 2013. That's very little.

@ HaraldH

What kind of charging set-up did you install, and did you use Sonnico to do it?
Would be nice to know what kind of arrangements and experiences people have with home charging.

I looked at the options from Sønnico and decided to wait for a clarification from Tesla for a 3 phase solution. I'll manage with a 16Amp 230 V (3600 watt) solution for now.

@GeirT
They can only deliver the adapter for a regular 16 Amp power socket. The blue adapter for 32 Amp (3 pin IEC 60309) will hopefully arrive in a couple of weeks. This will give me 7300 W and a charge time of 12 hours. That is sufficient for me. I will have Sønnico do the install for a fixed price of N.Kr. 7500,- They can deliver different solutions, if you have a 3-fase intake in you house, you can have a 400 V supply. This requires a transformer, and they are quite expensive, 20000 kr + 7500,- for the install. If you have a twin charger in your car, I understand you don't need the transformer if you have 400 V in the house. A bit confusing all this info. Sønnico has a working companionship with Tesla and they can send you a pdf file with the differnet solutions. Try contacting: dan-henrik.sandmael@sonnico.no
He came to my house for an inspection and recommended the appropriate solution in regards to my needs.

@HaraldH
Thank you! Very useful to know.
It is a bit confusing as I get different suggestions form each person I speak to, in Tesla and at Sonnico - admittedly a while ago.
I have an opportunity to get an older but never used transformer to provide me 400V with 10kw (and up to 200 I want to configure that). If I get a sensible replies from Tesla / Sonnico on this arrangement I will post.

In the US for the first time there were more than 9,000 EV's sold in a month in August 2013. That's a good sign of progress.

I wonder how many Supercharger locations there will be in total in Norway. Now there are 6 red dots in Norway already on the European Supercharger map. Next week we will know if and how many grey dots will be added in Norway on the European Supercharger map.

In fact it's even more than 10,000 EV's sold in the US in August 2013.

It's good that more and more EV's are being sold every month in the US. It's a good example for the rest of the world.

In fact it's even more than 11,000 EV's sold in the US in August 2013.

In Norway some people do have a Tesla Model S and they can also make use of the 6 Supercharger stations. Has anyone planned a long drive yet? I would like to know their experiences.

The Tesla App is now up and running with my car, here in Norway. I got the App from the US Apple Store.

Frederic Hauge har kjørt fra Oslo til Bodø

Det blir långtur det :-D

http://www.abcnyheter.no/motor/2013/07/29/frederic-hauge-har-kjoert-fra-...

I like people like Frederic Hauge.

@janbylund

Elone will drive from LA to NY for free!

Your frind is so happy that he paied NOK250 to travel from Oslo to Bodoe!

Let us just think here for a moment. If you can drive all over the USA for free and soon in the EU too, now how will the world look like?

Say you want to ship some nice fish from the north of Norway (Lax of course) to the south of Italy and then by plane to me here in Cairo Egypt, just how much will I have to pay? I know that it was transported for free from Norway to Italy! So will you still make me pay and arm and a leg for that LAX?

LAX!?....salmon is the word i guess.


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