Tesla is going to open the first Tesla experience center in Thailand. In addition, the company has planned to expand its Supercharger network in order to provide its customers with a better driving experience.
Tesla has announced that it is going to open its first experience center in Thailand, according to Thailand Posts. It will be located in Bangkok and house a service center, showroom, delivery center, and education center where customers can learn about Tesla's most advanced electric vehicle innovations, as well as autopilot technology. The opening of the Tesla experience center will accelerate the adaptation of Thailand's new lifestyle and innovation in the field of electric vehicles, as well as accelerate the global transition to sustainable energy. The company announced that the opening should take place in July.
To improve customer experience, Tesla is offering maintenance services that can be appointed through the Tesla app. The app allows car owners to connect with experienced service consultants who can provide a streamlined and personalized service experience for their customers.
In addition to opening an experience center, Tesla is expanding its charging network in Thailand. The new Supercharger will be installed in Bangkok, at ICONSIAM. The first Supercharger outside of Bangkok will be located in the Pattaya area. Tesla plans to build multiple charging stations across the country by the end of the second quarter. There are currently three Supercharger stations in Bangkok.
From June 5 to August 31, in Thailand will also be a Pop-up Roadshow at ICONSIAM that will showcase electric vehicle technologies. Visitors will have the opportunity to ask questions of an experienced Tesla consultant. The event was organized to raise awareness of Tesla's advanced technologies.
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