Tesla Invites Consumers for Test Drive at its First Experience Center in Thailand

Tesla Invites Consumers for Test Drive at its First Experience Center in Thailand

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Tesla invites consumers for a test drive at its first Experience Center in Thailand. Here, consumers have the opportunity to inspect vehicles, receive service, pick up the purchased vehicle, and soon use the Supercharger station.

Tesla opened the doors to its first Tesla Center in Thailand. It is located in the open-air shopping mall, The Paseo Ramkhamhaeng in Bangkok. The center houses a showroom, a service center, and a body and paint shop. The location occupies an 8,500-square-foot facility capable of handling up to 400 Tesla vehicles per week.

The first Tesla Center in Thailand opened in August after the brand officially launched in the country in December 2022. Since then, thousands of vehicles have already been delivered to local customers who have been waiting years for Tesla to enter the Thai market.

The 8,500 square-foot property features a large showroom building at the front and a 5-story back building as well as a single basement floor. In general, the entire facility will have the following services:

  • Showroom
  • Service center
  • Body & paint center
  • Car delivery area
  • Spare parts warehouse
  • Car storage area
  • Offices
  • Supercharger charging station (coming soon)

The showroom area is organized in an interesting style. There is an exhibition here that imitates the assembly area at Giga Shanghai. It is unique because it is presented only at the Tesla Center in Thailand. Soon, the location will also be equipped with Superchargers for fast and convenient charging of electric vehicles.

The Tesla Center in Thailand is very nice and welcoming. The company invites its customers, electric vehicle enthusiasts, and consumers to visit its experience center to avail the company's services or check out its products. In addition, the company invites the public to sign up for a test drive to get a real driving experience of a Tesla car. At the moment, Model 3 and Model Y cars are available for this.

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Eva Fox joined Tesmanian in 2019 to cover breaking news as an automotive journalist. The main topics that she covers are clean energy and electric vehicles. As a journalist, Eva is specialized in Tesla and topics related to the work and development of the company.

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