first revealed in the blueprints has been buffed and polished into a modern showplace.
The new Service Center is already taking appointments for repairs, beginning the week of March 6th.
the Ross Park Mall gallery also, which is NOT closing.
The type of foot traffic the mall location gets will continue to be very different from that of the standalone store in Wexford, so both locations will work together to coordinate test drives-- from both locations-- and reach out to the general public with the good news of electric mobility.
Devon (outside Philadelphia). Owners in the middle of the state can expect their service needs to be met by whichever center is closer or best able to schedule them.
The mall in King of Prussia also features a Tesla gallery. That's not far from the Devon Service Center and the coordination and logistics between those two Philadelphia-area properties will be a model for how Tesla operates in Pittsburgh. According to an agreement made with the state, Tesla can operate only 5 stores in Pennsylvania, so the terminology regarding these four locations (store vs. gallery) can be confusing. In all honesty, I have no idea whether we're up to "two stores" or "four stores" yet!
Reports in Lehigh Valley Business suggest the building isn't suited to become Tesla's third service center in Pennsylvania, but might be ideal as a parts supply hub for the New York City and Philadelphia territories. Thanks to Josh Thomas for the tip-- it will be interesting to see what this new property becomes.
With the news all up to date, let's take a look around the new Tesla Service Center!
Four High-Powered Wall Chargers (HPWC) are installed outside.
This view looks back out to the main entrance to help orient you.
To the right of the reception desk is the sales floor.
Large wall displays highlight various features of the Tesla Model S and X.
Interactive displays can be used to configure an S or X, just like on the Tesla website.
Congratulations to all the contractors and workers who spent so many hours building this facility and best of luck and wishes to those who will call this their workplace home!
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