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Tesla expands across the globe with seven new dealerships

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Following news that the company has delivered its 500th all-electric Roadster model, Tesla has announced that it’s ready to expand its dealer network with seven new sales and service centers around the globe this summer. Prospective customers will now be able to test drive the company’s Roadster in New York, Seattle, Chicago, Miami, London, Monaco and Munich, as well as the existing stores in California.

The stores in New York, Seattle and Chicago will open in late June, followed by Miami. The new additions will complement Tesla’s flagship stores in Northern and Southern California, which opened a year ago. Tesla is also scouting locations in Washington DC and Toronto.

Tesla’s first European store will open in London later this month, followed by Munich and Monaco.

All the showrooms are centrally located to allow quick access to nearby highways and suburbs, giving prospective owners an opportunity to experience Tesla’s performance under a range of driving conditions. Furthermore, the stores take its cues from Apple, Starbucks and other customer-focused retailers, providing visitors with web access, multiple cars to test drive and plenty of information to learn more about Tesla.
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  1. cool, hopefully i will be able to get one if there sold over here in California someday.
     
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  2. Huh??
    They are sold in California.
     
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  3. That's a nice thing, Tesla expanding!
    Soon that nice S Sedan will be on-line and the dealer network will be there to support it. Also, with Daimler acquiring a 10% stake, it now appears thing are really moving forward for Tesla!
     
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  4. I see three of them regularly here in Newport Beach. While they are impractical for my particular needs, I am glad to see them becoming more popular.
    No matter how you feel about having an electric car yourself, more of them means less cars at the pump (eventually) and less demand for gasoline (eventually) and less cost for us gasoline burners!
     
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