Tesla announced today that non-Tesla vehicles can now charge at all Superchargers in The Netherlands via Tesla app (version 4.2.3 or higher). The Netherlands is the third European country where the company allows other electric vehicles to use Tesla’s chargers after France and Norway.
The company added that the Non-Tesla Supercharger pilot is currently limited to EV drivers who live in the following countries: The Netherlands, France, Norway, Germany and Belgium. Tesla’s drivers have access to the lowest Supercharger pricing compared with other clients from other EV makers.
Launched in November 2021, Non-Tesla Supercharger pilot will “continue to expand to new sites and countries in support of our mission to accelerate the world’s transition to sustainable energy.” “Access to an extensive, convenient and reliable fast-charging network is critical for large-scale EV adoption. That’s why, since opening our first Superchargers in 2012, we have been committed to rapid expansion of the network. Today, we have more than 30,000 Superchargers worldwide.” — Tesla added.
Earlier today, The Chinese Passenger Car Association (CPCA) that Tesla sold 59,845 Chinese-made cars in January. Tesla produces Model 3 sedan and Model Y sports multifunctional cars in Shanghai, and sold 70,847 Chinese-made cars in December. The Tesla Model Y topped China’s premium SUV segment in 2021 with approximately 169,853 units sold from January to December last year.
Tesla China Delivery Numbers (Wholesale Numbers)
- Jan 2020: 3,563
- Jan 2021: 15,484
- Jan 2022: 59,845
Last December, Tesla sold 40,500 Model Y units, earning second place in general SUV retail sales.From January to December 2021, the company sold 169,853 Model Y vehicles, placing it in ninth place in the CPCA’s overall SUV retail sales rankings. CPCA said passenger car sales in January in China totalled 2.11 million, down 4.5% from 2021.
In January 2022, the retail sales of passenger car market reached 2.092 million, a year-on-year decrease of 4.4%, down 0.6% from December 2021. In January, there were 290,000 luxury cars retailed, a year-on-year decrease of 5% and an increase of 18% month-on-month. Retail sales of luxury cars increased significantly month-on-month at the beginning of the year, indicating the strong growth trend of traditional luxury cars in the New Year — CPCA reported.
Yesterday, Piper Sandler analyst Alex Potter has increased his Tesla’s price target to $1,350 (from $1,300) while maintaining a Buy rating following a review of Tesla’s 10-K annual filing.
“We are refreshing our model to reflect insights gleaned from the 10-K, as well as an updated forecast for deliveries, capex, and margins. After making these changes, our DCF-based price target is increasing to $1,350, up from $1,300 previously. We are focusing on five key topics: 1) deliveries; 2) gross margin; 3) opex; 4) software; 5) cash flow. See below for a summary of each topic. We delve more deeply on pages 2-8. TSLA remains our #1 pick.”