Tesla to Open 1st Pop Up Store in Croatia, Configurator Launches

Tesla to Open 1st Pop Up Store in Croatia, Configurator Launches

Photos credit: Tesla Motors Club Croatia

In early September, Tesla announced recruitment for the positions of 'Tesla Advisor' and 'Sales & Delivery Manager' in Zagreb, Croatia. In the job description, Tesla wrote that it is preparing for an exciting new entry into Croatia, and it is forming its team in Zagreb. Both positions are related to sales and customer support. It is now known that Tesla has opened its first pop-up store in the country.

A pop-up store opened at the Avenue Mall in Zagreb. Despite the fact that a brick and mortar store and service center will not arrive until the spring of 2021, all interested buyers can already get acquainted and order their own Tesla right now.

Model 3 Long Range is on display at the stand, so anyone can view it. Model X Performance, Model S Long Range, and Model 3 Performance have already been delivered to the country, and will soon be registered and ready to provide test-drive services.

In parallel with the opening of the pop-up store, yesterday a configurator was launched in the Croatian language. This means that now residents of the country will be able to find all information about Tesla products in their native language on the company's official website.

The prices for Tesla cars in Croatia were also encouraging. On average, the prices for Model 3 Standard Range are $2,000 cheaper than in Slovenia and approximately $4,700 less than in Austria. Thanks to this, Model 3 competes in price with such EVs as Volkswagen ID. 3, Skoda Enyaq iV, Audi A4, BMW 3-series, which all cost more.

H/T @matija_ribaric/Twitter, @phYs1Cx/Twitter

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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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