There may be models in some showrooms, but demand still exceeds supply when it comes to electric cars in Canada. And new rules in Quebec and B.C. mean most green vehicles will be going to those two provinces. (Credit: Don Pittis/CBC)

Tesla’s global fleet is growing at a record pace and it reached a total of 10 billion electric miles with half a million cars this week.

Back in October 2016, Electrek reported on Tesla reaching the 3 billion electric mile milestone and the company’s global fleet managed to add 500 million more miles 3 months later – bringing the total to 3.5 billion in December and another half a billion more by March 2017.

At the time, Tesla’s fleet was driving about 5 million miles a day on average.

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