Those of you in-the-know are undoubtedly aware that the Tesla Model S breached a major milestone recently, with the automaker announcing that its sole offering (at the moment) had completed a cumulative 1 billion miles globally in the hands of private owners.
We’re not sure how the collective miles of each Tesla Model S have been metered, but it’s nothing too invasive, we hope.
To celebrate the milestone, and kick-off the journey toward the next billion miles, hundreds of Tesla Model S owners in Europe will be converging upon a single location to participate in a rally from the 2nd to the 4th of July, at a Supercharger station in Amsterdam, Netherlands. This will undoubtedly be the single largest gathering of Tesla Model S sedans in history.
The Tesla Model S was introduced back in 2012, meaning that the 1 billion mile mark was passed in just three short years. In that time, by Tesla Motors‘ own estimates, the Tesla Model S has kept roughly 570,000 tons of CO2 out of the atmosphere.