In the past few hours, Tesla has moved from simply taking reservations of its Model 3 across Europe, to actively allowing orders via the configurator in multiple countries:

  • Germany
  • Spain
  • France
  • Norway
  • Sweden
  • Netherlands

It doesn’t yet seem available in the UK, which is still at “Reserve yours” state (which is mainly signing up to a mailing list). The exact configurator options vary per country (which we cover later on), but a nice video of the Configurator in general (from an American perspective) is:

Europe Model 3 Information

Right now, only the more expensive Performance Long-range AWD and Long-range AWD models are available in the chosen countries, with delivery within 2 months: i.e. by the end of February 2019.

An interesting change to the European-advertised models are that the performance long-range model has an advertised range of 338 miles (544 km) and the long-range model has a range of 330 miles (530 km). This compares to American’s advertised range of 310 miles (498 km) for both models.

A Tesla Model 3 driving along a road

Also the charger on the European models will use the German-created CCS Combo, and the Tesla Supercharger network in Europe will be adapted to accommodate this.

Local news websites (which Electrek translated) provide more country specific information:

  • Germany: “Price for long range: 57.900 Euro; Price for performance: 68.600 Euro; First delivery in the beginning of February”
  • Spain: “Tesla has announced the prices of Model 3. They will start from € 59,100 for the version with dual engine and all-wheel drive and € 70,100 for the top-of-the-range version.”
  • France: “The Model 3 Grand autonomy with all-wheel drive is available from € 53,500 (eco bonus deducted) and the Model 3 Performance from € 64,300 (eco bonus deducted). The Model 3 is available in 5 colors [Black Uni, Metallic Night Gray, Metallic Overseas Blue, Multicolored Nacre White, Multicolored Red].”
  • Netherlands: “The long range version with a 74 kWh battery and AWD starts at 58,800 euros, the performance version at 69,700 euros.”
  • Sweden: Tesla Model 3 Long Range Dual Engine All-Wheel Drive will be 590,200 SEK ($65,747.39) after the Swedish electric car subsidy, and the Tesla Model 3 Performance will be 707,200 SEK ($78,781.02) after the subsidy.

The Enhanced Autopilot software functionality seems to be a standard €5,300, which is around $6,000 on current exchange rates.