Tesla Model S Germany

Germany Reverses Decision To Remove Tesla Model S From Incentives-Eligible Vehicle List

In December 2017, the German Federal Office for Economic Affairs and Export Controls (BAFA) removed Tesla’s electric vehicles from a list of models eligible for the country’s relevant purchase incentives. The reason for the removal of Tesla’s offerings was the allegation that the base version of the Model S couldn’t actually be purchased in the country — and thus that the company wasn’t offering a Model S below the €60,000 (~$74,000) price limit of the electric vehicle (EV) incentives program.

Tesla Model S Sales Low In Germany

Originally published on EV Obsession. The Tesla Model S’s great success — high sales, great reviews, near universal acclaim, etc — apparently doesn’t extend everywhere. Recent reports from the International Business Times indicate that sales have been rather underwhelming in a number of important European markets, especially the very important … [continued]