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http://www.greencarreports.com/news/1086644_europes-first-six-tesla-superchargers-now-live-in-norway

Tesla is making its move on Europe, have to imagine it will be the most popular car there pretty soon with all the extra benefits there.
Benefits I was just going to ask about until I saw:

Norway has proved itself one of the best countries in the world in which to run an electric car, a combination of exemption from sales tax, parking fees, road tax fees and more adding up to huge savings compared to conventional cars. Throw in short commute times making even low-range electric cars relatively suitable, abundant public charging, and it isn't hard to see why Tesla has chosen the country for its first European Supercharger network.
I imagine the car sells itself at that point.
 

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A car that goes for $100K in the U.S. would run around $300K in Norway if it were a normal ICE car. With the Tesla S, it goes for $100K in Norway too. So, you can get a luxury car for around 1/3 the cost of a comparable ICE car. That is why they are loved by the rich in Norway.
 
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