Tesla opens a new experience center in France—largest in the country yet. It includes a shop, service center, and Supercharger station. The 32,290-square-foot building sits on a 215,278-square-foot site.
Tesla opens a location in the east of the Île-de-France region. The manufacturer has just opened a new branch, the largest in France, in Bailly-Romainvilliers. This Tesla Paris-Val d'Europe experience center is located approximately 30 minutes from Paris and close to the A4 highway.
The new building is approximately 32,290 square feet and sits on a 215,278 square foot lot. It will house a store and a service center that will serve with about 30 employees. In addition, a Supercharger station will be located there, including 16 stalls, located in front of the barrier. Another location, located directly next to the building, will include about 20 destination chargers.
The new location is the 12th in France and the company said it will continue to grow in 2023. Although not all experience centers include service centers, Tesla has mobile teams that go to homes on call to perform maintenance operations. “The average waiting time for an appointment has been reduced by more than 30% and the number of interventions per week has increased by 55% this year. The average maintaince time in France is 2 hours, with 88% of vehicles idle for less than 24 hours,” said a spokesman for the company.
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