Tesla has seen growing sales in China this year, culminating in a record September where they handed over more than 52,000 new Model 3 and Model Y cars to customers.
To help handle all those deliveries as well as service the influx of new owners, the automaker has opened its largest Sales, Service & Delivery Center in central China.
Known as the Wuhan Sino-French New Town Delivery Center, it is located in the Caidian District of Wuhan, about a 9-hour drive west of Shanghai.
The building measures in at more than 66,700 square feet (6,200 square meters) in size. The interior houses a new car preparation area, 6 car washing bays, and a quality inspection area with 5 dedicated quality inspectors.
Each inspection station features a vehicle lift, Tesla Wall Connector, and a four-wheel alignment station.
Once the new cars have been inspected, they head to the 75 indoor delivery spaces, where there are an additional 25 Tesla Wall Connector charging stations.
Outside there are approximately 450 parking spaces for visitors and to store new vehicles.
The opening comes just over one month after Tesla opened a 127,000 square foot (11,800 square meters) delivery center in Beijing. It follow a very similar design plan in that it has 101 dedicated delivery spots inside the building.
Earlier this month Tesla also opened another massive delivery center in the Minhang District of Shanghai.
Tesla China opened it’s LARGEST Delivery Center in central China,
Tesla Wuhan Sino-French New Town Delivery Center in Caidian District, Wuhan. Delivery Centers are important for Tesla growth in China. @elonmusk $TSLA #Tesla #ElectricVehicles #TeslaChina pic.twitter.com/XYqI8bzhe0
— 42HOW (@42how_) October 29, 2021