Published on Jul 17, 2017
Tesla has announced it will increase its number of service centers, technicians and service vans ahead of the release of its Model 3 sedan.
Detected Closed Captioning: Tesla Has Announced It Will Be Ramping Up Its Repair Services Ahead Of The Rollout Of Its New Model 3. The Inconvenience Of Getting Repairs Done Is Already Seen As One Of The Biggest Drawbacks To Owning A Tesla, With Service Centers Relatively Few And Far Between. However, The Model 3, Tesla’s Most Affordable Car Yet, Is Set To Release Near The End Of July And Is Expected To Vastly Increase The Number Of Teslas On The Road. In Anticipation Of This, Tesla Announced It Will Be Building 100 New Service Centers, Hiring 1,400 New Technicians And Introducing 350 New Service Vans. The Vans Can Go Directly To Tesla Owners Wherever They Are To Diagnose And Fix Most Car Problems That Don’t Require A Vehicle Lift, With An Added Bonus. Every Van Will Reportedly Have An Espresso Machine And Offer Snacks For Customers To Enjoy As They Wait. For United News International, I’m Matt Paul.