Tesla Sells Just One Vehicle in South Korea in January Amid Challenges
In January, Tesla managed to sell only one electric vehicle in South Korea, marking its worst sales month in the country since July 2022, when it failed to sell any vehicles. The sole vehicle sold was a Tesla Model Y, which had been South Korea's best-selling imported car in September of the previous year.

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