In February, Tesla finally expanded its Model S offering in South Korea by adding its flagship P100D after the 75D, 90D and 100D went on sale last year.
Price for the top of the line Tesla stands at 181.2 million won (nearly $169,000) before incentives, which is a lot, but on the other hand there is no other car that combines the P100D's performance (100 km/h in ≈2.7 seconds) with 5-seat (optional 7) capability.
Deliveries are expected to begin in May, which means a little over two months from now.
Currently, Tesla sales are supported in South Korea by two stores, 14 Supercharging stations and 131 Destination Chargers.
The charging infrastructure is expected to be scaled up accordingly to sales.
Source: The Investor