Tesla Model 3 was showcased in Japan during the 2020 Yokohama Floating Yacht Show, in order to introduce the car to the general public.
The Yokohama Floating Yacht Show is held annually in Japan. It is a major exhibition in the Japanese maritime industry, displaying models of motor boats, sailboats, yachts, and jet skis. The event is attended by many companies and exhibiting organizations.
Tesla Model 3 was presented at the show from October 2 - October 4. The company introduced everyone to the characteristics of the car, providing the public with information about Model 3. Tesla Japan promised to show customers Tesla's safety records and plans that will make the company's cars more affordable. In addition, the event helped locals get acquainted with all Tesla technologies.
During the exhibition, in addition to the opportunity to view Model 3 and learn information, everyone could order a test drive, which is available in every store.
For four days, visitors had the opportunity to take a closer look at Tesla cars and learn about the philosophy of the company, which is redefining the 21st century car—with the highest safety performance, greater autonomy, and no exhaust emissions.
Tesla's goal is to produce more affordable EVs for mainstream buyers while steadily driving down the cost of EVs. Since Roadster, the company has been constantly working to achieve this goal and, for now, Model 3 is an excellent compromise.
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