At the start of 2021, the American manufacturer Tesla is opening new branches in France: in Chambéry (73), Mulhouse (68) and Montpellier (34).
All lights are currently green for Tesla. Not only is the American firm one of the few car manufacturers to have seen its sales increase in 2020 despite the Covid-19 pandemic (499,550 Tesla were sold last year) but in addition its boss and founder, Elon Musk, recently became the richest man in the world thanks to his stock market boom.
In France, this good financial and commercial health is accompanied by the development of the network. At the start of the year, Tesla is indeed opening new branches in France.
And 3 which make 18
After the recent inaugurations of the Lille (59) and Strasbourg (67) centers, three new sites are emerging in Chambéry (73), Mulhouse (68) and Montpellier (34). The first is now opening its doors while the other two will welcome customers by the end of the first quarter of 2021.
These new openings bring the number of branches that Tesla now has in France to 18. These host commercial and / or after-sales activities.
At the same time, the number of mobile technicians also continues to increase with a fleet currently comprising around fifteen vehicles. At the wheel of Model S, these technicians crisscross French regions to perform maintenance operations directly at the home or at work of Tesla owners.
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