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Norwegian deliveries

I reserved my P85 #2145 on 27. December. Yesterday I decided to sign up for the Signature wait list. The Signatures are all gone of course but I thought that maybe enough defers to open for a chance. The eternal optimist. Of course, TM UK office confirmed the wait list is long, but that I am on it.
Curious about when they expect deliveries will start in Norway, especially now that production is cranked up. I was told for now they plan 12 months from my reservation date. That means maybe for Christmas. Bummer!

Anyone else with info about Europe arrivals?

Brian H | July 18, 2013

I wonder if TM is using a big cheap slowboat or a fleet of wave-skimming hovercraft and hydofoil tankers. ;)

Brian H | July 18, 2013

typo: and hydrofoil

Car-El | July 19, 2013

If they box in 4 cars, I will tip on a Maersk boat.
It can be short of space in one boat... HA-HA!

krissu | July 19, 2013

Tesla cars are not shipped on ferry on fossil fuel. They use sailing cargo ferries moving on wind power. As wind direction is not favourable, Norwegian deliveries are late!

GeirT | July 19, 2013

... in the doldrums?

hsadler | July 19, 2013

@Brian H

'Hydofoil' - the new stealth transport vehicle.

lygren | July 19, 2013

Mine is now also "under production". Although I´m a general production customer, I´ve been waiting for three years or so (registered in the US first, then moved it over to Norway when that became possible) - thus I have to say I´m quite fine with Signature-people having to wait longer than me although they have put down a little more than I have... ;) Delivery in late August is indicated, I´d guess mid Sept. is more likely... ;)

Adrian Thomson | July 19, 2013

@ Julius,North Norway

Im so sorry for putting my vin number on you res number in the google document. Was a bit quick there. I removed it again and put it in the right place.

Hope i didnt confuse you ;-)

Captain_Zap | July 19, 2013

Wow. It looks like things are hitting a fever pitch in the EU. It reminds me of our experience while waiting for our Signatures a year ago.

If someone can find out the name of the ship carrying the cars you can track your car via AIS (Automatic Identification System).

The web page is www.marinetraffic.com/ais

I am so excited for you!

Benz | July 19, 2013

Maybe it's possible to find out which vessels have left San Francisco early July AND were going to Norway?

HaraldH | July 19, 2013

Not San Francisco, they go from the East Coast by ship.

Benz | July 20, 2013

Do you know which city on the East Coast?

lygren | July 20, 2013

Vessel from NY to OSL would normally take less than 2 weeks, I have ordered several containers from Miami to OSL via Amsterdam, and even then the container arrived within 2 weeks...

CalDreamin | July 20, 2013

I saw Sig Red Model S destined for Europe on the production line during a Fremont factory tour in late June. I love my white Model S, and I think the car looks great in any of the available colors. But that Sig Red is stunning -- well worth the wait!

Hijan | July 20, 2013

Do they send the cars from CA to the East Coast on freight trains?
Which company (ies)?
From which City/Harbour at the East Coast?
Name of Shipping company(ies)?
Vessel names ?
Wanna start tracking....

www.marinetraffic.com

P85 please come to me SOON :-)

Notre | July 21, 2013

Sig reservation holders report call from Tesla confirming delivery Aug. 14th.

Benz | July 21, 2013

Will they organise an event on August 14th for the first deliveries?

Car-El | July 21, 2013

@mail@adrianthom..

WHAT! H _ _ _! :(((((((

(Just kidding, no harm!)

Benz | July 22, 2013

No ship in sight yet?

Benz | July 22, 2013

It should not take more than 2 weeks from now, for the ship to arrive in Drammen, Norway.

Benz | July 23, 2013

Will there be arriving a ship with Tesla Model S EV's on a monthly basis in Drammen, Norway?

janbylund | July 23, 2013

Hi

I orderd my Model S in February and in april they said I was going to get the car in sept-okt. I have the number P2879.

I got a mail from Tesla today and now the car is arriving to trondheim/norway in november
I'm not happy abot it :-(

But the positive thing is I'm going to be very happy in november :-)

Jolinar | July 23, 2013

@janbylund

is that your 1st delay? we already had 5 or so delays and 4 years of waiting :-) get used to it...

Car-El | July 23, 2013

"My boat is loaded with...."

I am starting to regret that I order a Model S!
Then I be sorry that I regret....
OOooh! this pain!

I feel real sorry for you folks that have waited up to 3 or 4 years....

John56 | July 23, 2013

When I was at Teslive recently I took the factory tour and saw LOTS of cars identified as heading for Norway. All of the VIN numbers I saw were between 15000-16000. And as I recall all that I saw had bumper sensors installed.

GeirT | July 23, 2013

I had to get a Tesla infusion and dropped by the Tesla store in Oslo yesterday. I tried to pry out of the very nice people there, the deliveries but mum was the word. Not even the confirmed mid-August for some was acknowledged. So, discipline is well preserved. As I only have the parts sourcing to go by I shall continue to expect mine by Sep/Oct.
By the way, it was confirmed that the SuperChargers shall be all in place by the time the cars arrives. It was not confirmed how many of the 7 though.
The display model was the dark grey with the grey rims, black interior. A beauty. I was starting to regret until I saw the blue outside. I am all good :-)

SignatureNorway | July 23, 2013

I got a phonecall today about delivery. Got one last week also, but today I was told the I will get my car in Oslo at the 7'th of August. What a joy!!

merijn | July 23, 2013

@SignatureNorway That sounds great! What is your signature reservation number? And what is your VIN?

arnebjarne | July 23, 2013

Sig #423 delivery 14-22 of August. All is well.

SignatureNorway | July 23, 2013

@merijin I have signature #280. But I seen (norwegian forum) that lower signature numbers have later delivery, maybe because they didn't finelize at once as I did..

HaraldH | July 24, 2013

Tlf. call from Tesla Norway today, delivery mid aug. EU S 76,
vin:14976

Benz | July 25, 2013

That ship cannot be very far from Norway.

MagnusHamnesSalbu | July 25, 2013

Eagerly waiting Norwegian delivery, was told september delivery, possibly, when callng..

Status:
Vin xxxxxxxxxx 15080
Production Complete
Your Model S is being prepared for pickup or delivery.

Benz | July 25, 2013

Will it be possible afterwards to find out which ship delivered the first shipment of Tesla Model S EV's to Norway?

Hijan | July 26, 2013

@benz Some Tesla-lovers inn Drammen must know this... Then it would be easier to track eg. Høegh carriers heading for Drammen, starting somewhere at the East coast

Notre | July 26, 2013
Notre | July 26, 2013
Notre | July 26, 2013

.. or try this link and press "Bestill rapport": http://drammenhavn.no/index.php/fartoyivente/

lygren | July 26, 2013

Model S

xxxxxx14335

Production Complete

Your Model S is being prepared for pickup or delivery.

Told late August, but most probably September... ;)

David Trushin | July 26, 2013

You guys sound really excited. I love this! Maybe the Norwegian navy could be persuaded to help look. Is there a Norwegian navy?

Benz | July 26, 2013

@ Notre

Your 2nd and 3rd links result in a totally white page, there is nothing there to be seen. Is that correct?

Satheesh.net | July 26, 2013

Hi guys. So in the lack of a dedicated Norwegian forum - I've created one! (www.teslaforum.no)

It's completely free to use and I hope people can make it the place to be if you're Norwegian and own (plan to or just curious on) a Tesla vehicle.

I most certainly don't want to steal the attention from this official site here at Tesla Motors, but I think we need a Norwegian forum to be able to share and give each other insight in our native language.

I'm looking for moderators as I'm personally too busy with other things. So sign up and give me a PM if you think you are a worthy candidate.

Remember: This site will be community-driven and by you. So the more people who join and start using it - the more everyone can start finding relevant information around Tesla and their vehicles.

Regards,
Satheesh Varadharajan
www.teslaforum.no

davidg11 | July 26, 2013

There is indeed a Norweigan Navy!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_Norwegian_Navy

davidg11 | July 26, 2013

To track all ships going to and from Norway, use AIS

http://www.marinetraffic.com/ais/

It shows where ships are in real time.

Notre | July 26, 2013

Sorry for that Benz. Worked earlier.

GeirT | July 26, 2013

TM has posted two new docs on my profile today:

1) "Model S New Vehicle Limited Warranty Europe" with the essentials being,

- transferable at no cost to any person(s) who subsequently and lawfully assume(s) ownership after the first retail purchaser

- repair or replacement in the materials or workmanship of any parts manufactured or supplied by Tesla that occur under normal use for a period of 4 years or 80,000 km (50,000 miles), whichever comes first.

- SRS Limited Warranty covers the repair or replacement necessary to correct defects in the materials or workmanship of the vehicle’s seat belts or air bag system manufactured or supplied by Tesla that occur under normal use for a period of 5 years or 100,000 km (60,000 miles), whichever comes first.

- the repair or replacement of any malfunctioning or defective Battery, subject to the limitations described below:
• 60 kWh - 200,000 km (125,000 miles)
• 85 kWh - unlimited km/miles

- damage resulting from the following activities are not covered under this Battery Limited Warranty:
• Exposing the vehicle to ambient temperatures above 60°C (140°F) or below -30°C (-22°F) for more than 24 hours at a time;
• Physically damaging the Battery, or intentionally attempting, either by physical means, programming, or other methods, to extend (other than as specified in your owner documentation) or reduce the life of the Battery;
• Exposing the Battery to direct flame; or
• Flooding of the Battery.

2) "Model S Mobile Connector Europe"

- 230 volt (single phase) or 230/400 volt (3 phase) AC, 50/60 hertz, min. single-phase current is 10 A

- The Mobile Connector has several adapters that allow it to be plugged in to most power outlets throughout Europe. The specific adapters included with your Mobile Connector depends on your market region. Additional adapters are available for purchase.

- To support faster charging, the following high power adapters are also available:
• 5-pin IEC 60309 adapter (red) - provides 3 phase 230/400 VAC charging at 16 A.
• 3-pin IEC 60309 adapter (blue) - provides 1-phase 230 VAC charging at 32 A.

Benz | July 27, 2013

The people who work at the Tesla store in Oslo should be informed about the date of arrival of the first shipment of Tesla Model S EV's in Norway, by now. First week of August 2013?

Notre | July 27, 2013

Not sure what's the point in stalking these vessels, but the "Karin Schepers" is a container vessel en route from Rotterdam to Drammen with scheduled arrival tomorrow at 8 pm. Possible candidate?

http://www.marinetraffic.com/ais/shipdetails.aspx?mmsi=305148000

Notre | July 27, 2013

According to rumors a few Signatures will be delivered as early as Aug. 7th coinciding with the Q2 presentation.

Benz | July 27, 2013

@ Notre

The first shipment of Tesla Model S EV's would be shipped directly from the US to Norway.

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