A Tesla dealership in Colorado, June 7, 2020. -

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There will soon be 18 Tesla branches in France.

The American automaker has indicated three new centers will open in France at the start of the year.

They will be located in Chambéry, Mulhouse and Montpellier, reports

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While the Savoie site has already opened its doors, the other two should be operational by the end of the first quarter of 2021. These three new centers will welcome customers, initially, for sale and delivery.

It is only in the second half of the year that after-sales service should be offered, says



30% more centers in Europe

“In Europe, the number of Tesla centers increased by 30% last year, making it possible to offer 99% more intervention slots available and reducing the waiting time for an appointment by 54%. The mark of the richest man in the world said in a statement.

With the creation of these new branches, the number of mobile technicians is also increasing.

The latter crisscross the territory to perform maintenance operations directly with Tesla owners.


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