Tesla opens seven new dealerships around the world

Article by Christian Andrei, on August 29, 2010

Tesla made a public statement saying that, since its 500th all-electric Roadster has already been delivered to its new owner, they are now ready to broaden their dealer network with seven new sales and service centers around the world.

Potential buyers will now be able to road test Tesla's cars in urban centers like Chicago, London, Miami, Monaco, Munich, New York and Seattle in addition to stores that are already operating in California. These new stores will augment the company's flagship stores in the Northern and Southern California area.

Tesla will be opening its branches in New York, Seattle and Chicago in the latter part of this month, which will also briefly be followed by the one in Miami.

The carmaker is also looking for locations in Washington DC and Toronto area. The London branch, the first in Europe, will open later this month, to be quickly followed by Monaco and Munich.

All the stores are located at the central portion of these urban areas and are near highways and suburbs. Customers will be testing Tesla products in different driving situations.

An added feature of these Tesla stores are internet access, multiple cars to test and a horde of useful information about the company and its products at the customers fingertips.

Topics: tesla, dealer

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