Tesla CEO Elon Musk has stated that the company will open Tesla stores in Slovakia, Croatia, Serbia and most Eastern Europe states by early next year.
“Finally, we will do Nikola Tesla proud by having his cars in his countries of origin,” Elon Musk wrote on his Twitter.
Musk makes a reverential reference to Nikola Tesla, the engineering wizard from whose name the nomenclature of the carmaker has been derived.
According to reports, the EU needs more Tesla stores as the brand awareness and appetite for electric vehicles are increasing.
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According to Tesla news, stores of Tesla work like any other retail store and the aim is to eliminate middlemen by selling vehicles directly to the customers.
Tesla Stores will not sell a car in the store. Because of the franchise laws, Tesla customers must purchase vehicles online.
Instead of a sale, Tesla Stores offer customers a place to see sample vehicles and give information. Tesla is in direct sales and it is a game-changer in the auto industry.
Certainly, Elon Musk asserts a Tesla store will be the best homage to the Serbian-American inventor, engineer, and futurist who made great contributions in the designs of modern alternating current (AC) electricity supply system.
In Serbia, according to 2018 data, there were only 148 electric vehicles, and more than half were cars. Chargers for these vehicles have been installed in many locations in our country, and 15 high-speed chargers are located on Corridor 10. Chargers are also installed on motorways, in public garages and near toll booths. High-speed chargers can charge a vehicle in about 30 minutes.
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