Greek Prime Minister drives Tesla Model 3 as personal vehicle

Even before Tesla has opened their first official store in the country, the Prime Minister of Greece is giving the automaker a lot of free publicity.

Kyriakos Mitsotakis, who has been the Prime Minister of Greece since July 2019, was spotted recently getting into his new black Model 3 with white interior, which was imported into the country.

As part of their expansion into the country, Tesla published several job postings earlier this year looking for both a Sales & Delivery Manager and Tesla Advisors.

The automaker then opened up the Design Studio to allow customers in Greece to begin placing orders for the Model S, Model 3, or Model X. According to the website, the first deliveries are scheduled to begin in November.

In an effort to get more people acquainted with the electric vehicle,  Tesla opened a pop-up store at the popular Golden Hall shopping mall in Athens last month. Customers can book a test drive at the display, which is open until December.

The Model S in Greece starts at €83,990 ($132,500 CAD), the Model 3 Standard Range Plus (SR+) can be ordered for €45,990 ($72,500 CAD), while the Model X starts at €89,990 ($141,900 CAD).

h/t: Tesmanian

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