When it comes to Tesla Motors (NASDAQ:TSLA), we continue to wonder if the company’s growth story is fully intact. One place where the company continues to struggle is Europe, where Model X sales are off to a poor start and Model S sales continue to lag last year. Now that the European Alternative Fuels Observatory has issued its latest monthly figures, we can get a glimpse of how Tesla’s Q3 is shaping up.
According to EAFO since the last update, 842 Model S units have been sold. However, that compares to 1,123 units in the same time frame for 2015, a drop of just over 25%. Through this update, Tesla has sold over 8,300 Model S vehicles, but as the chart below shows, this number continues to lag last year, and the divide is growing.