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Model S to become most popular high-end sedan soon, says Forbes

Forbes' report shows the incredible success of Model S.

Model S

A report by Forbes is predicting the success of Tesla's Model S.

According to this report, Model S is becoming the number one luxury sedan in the world, beating out BMW 7-Series and Audi A8.

“In the first nine months of 2015, Tesla Model S sales of 10,600 in Western Europe exceeded the outgoing BMW 7 Series with 2,650 and the soon to be replaced Audi A8 limousine with 4,700. The Model S was only 800 sales short of the Mercedes S class, compared with a shortfall of 6,200 in the same period last year.”

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The sedan world was previously dominated by Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Audi.

Model S' success can be attributed to the fact that it broke the Consumer Reports' rating system.

This caused this model to fall into the "Not Recommended" category.

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