An average closer to 140k might be a more likely outcome. There are models substantially cheaper than the p85d.I wonder how many P85Ds??
500 times 200 000 = 100 million dollars turnover. Wowowowow. I'm no money expert, but it sounds like a lot!!
I still go with the 'close to 1000' from the invoice numbers.Yes, that's why he says "there’s 536 Tesla Model S vehicles out on the roads – at least."
The 536 number would be a verified minimum. Excellent examples like yours indicate that it is impossible to find all of them.
Probably more like 600 on the roads actually.
I'm sticking with that theory as well, especially having recieved two cars, looking at the invoice numbers, and forming an opinion on the number imported between my two based on discussions with tesla people.I still go with the 'close to 1000' from the invoice numbers.
Warning, complete speculation ahead:
The article quotes 261 Tesla's in NSW when we know that there were 210 registered as at September 30 according to RMS. Perhaps they have a deep source in RMS and can get updated figures more frequently but they're not saying.
Based on the articles figures, NSW has 261/536 or 48.7% of registered Tesla's in Australia.
So if sales continue at 60 per quarter in NSW and the same rate everywhere else that makes NSW registrations 270 on Dec 31 * (100/48.7) = 554 Teslas Australia wide by years end.