Tesla’s international expansion is continuing at a rapid pace, with the latest move being a new location in Greece.
According to Tesla’s communication manager for Greece, the automaker will open its first Service Center in the country in January 2021. Without providing a specific location, the Tesla employee said it will be located among other reputable auto dealers in the southwest Attica area, reports themanews.
News of the first Service Center comes after Tesla published job postings looking for a Sales & Delivery manager, as well as Tesla Advisors. Soon after, the online Design Studio opened for customers in Greece, allowing them to place orders for the Model S, Model 3, and Model X.
Visitors to the popular Golden Hall shopping mall in Athens recently got their first taste of Tesla with the opening of a pop-up store. The store was open 6 days per week from September 4 to December 2, 2020.
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).