The European expansion of Tesla is continuing with Tesla Motors taking over a building just outside Geneva, Switzerland, formerly occupied by non-other than its new EV rival, Porsche.
The switch over was noticed by Roger Rusch on Twitter, where he posted before and after pictures of the building, showing off the new Tesla branding.
Signs of change: The fossils have to give way to the representatives of the new, clean, smart & sustainable tech of the 21st century 😉#Tesla #ElectricCars #SustainableTransport #TheFutureIsElectric #ByeOil #ByeICE pic.twitter.com/DD8K7ZGXLj
— ceo plus, Roger Rusch (@ceo_plus_ch) October 2, 2019
The Tesla takeover was not a result of Porsche downsizing due to slumping sales or the fact that the newly revealed Porsche Taycan is already slower than the Tesla Model S, but rather that Porsche was moving to a new location just down the street. But Tesla expanding and opening new service centers is always a good sign.
Now to get more Service Centers in Canada please Elon.