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Hundreds Of Tesla Spotted On Auckland Port, New Zealand

A large number of Tesla cars were spotted in the port of Auckland, New Zealand which means a massive shipment is expected to be delivered in the country.

Demand for Tesla cars increased in New Zealand. This was especially true in the third quarter of 2021.

A Rush Of Tesla Spotted On Auckland Port, New Zealand

 

If the trends continue at the same rate, we can expect the interest in Tesla cars to increase in 2022 as well.

The vehicles from Tesla got delivered through two cargo ships. These are namely – Wallenius Wilhelmsen cargo ships, Turandot and Tannhauser. Furthermore, freight transports are also authorized as road carriers.

Interestingly, if we see the Data from the New Zealand Department of Transport, it supports the increasing purchase of Tesla cars. According to his data, in the year 2021 more than 3,200 newest Tesla vehicles were registered.

Well, another thing to notice here is the significant increase from 2020, the year before. In 2020, an estimated 519 Tesla vehicles registered in New Zealand’s Department of Transport.

Now, let’s go another year back to check the statistics.

Before the world got washed over by the pandemic, it was more. In 2020, it is estimated around 800 Tesla vehicles were registered in the country.

Who is the major contributor here?

Well, you must thank Tesla’s Giga Shanghai! The factory made an important contribution to these growing sales in New Zealand.

Let’s move further to the models registered in the country. Presently, the Model 3, Model X, and Model S are the only vehicles registered in New Zealand, as per 9jagidi.

In this, more than half of the deliveries of the 2021 Tesla Model 3 – luxury car were from Mainland China. in 2021, Model 3 accounted for more than half of the 3,200 Tesla deliveries.

It will be thrilling to see Tesla bring a transformation in other parts of the world as it has done in New Zealand.

Titiksha Jain

Titiksha Jain

An ardent lover of nature, poetry, animals, food and everything rustic. Fueling her inner fire with impromptu explorations.

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